capital of Brazil

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The new office was officially inaugurated on Monday in the economic capital of Brazil at a ceremony that brought togther some 300 officials, including partners, customers and other fertilizers players.
She failed to identify the capital of Brazil and how many municipalities there are in Jordan, noting that even in Tawjihi, the year that could define oneAAEs future in terms of academia, the course entitled AoGeneral EducationAo seems to take on specific issues to highlight than raise awareness of general global and local key events and people, and then she added, AoWe memorized it for the exam, then puff
Salvador was the former capital of Brazil, before Rio de Jaeiro and how Brasilia.
WITH LEGAL BRIEFS on his shoulder, a Pataxo Hahahae Indian in traditional, garb and face paint arrived at the Supreme Court in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, on September 24.
1960: The new city of Brasilia was declared the capital of Brazil, replacing Rio de Janeiro
Several years ago I spent some time in Franca, a city with hundreds of shoe factories known as the child labor capital of Brazil.
A two-hour flight from Rio takes you to Salvador, the historic former capital of Brazil.
Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, is a new city developed post-Second World War, as is Milton Keynes.
IGR met this week with the Minister of Mines and Energy and the National Director of the DNPM in Brasilia, the Capital of Brazil.
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The first formal Government to Government Agreement was signed between Fiji and Brazil in a historic ceremony at the Itamaraty Palace, in Brasilia, capital of Brazil earlier this month.
With headquarters in Brasilia, capital of Brazil, it is the national forum of discussions on Brazilian farming activity, permanently acting in defense of the rights and social-economic interests of who lives and works in the field.
He called it "The Brasilia of the North" - a reference to the revolutionary new capital of Brazil, designed from scratch on virgin land - and campaigned for devolution from central Government to the regions.
Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo outside the supreme court in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, said that the ruling, if confirmed, had repercussions not just for Brazil but for Latin America.