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Latin America's largest airline to cancel 90% of its international flights

7:26pm EDT

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA LATAM Airlines Group, South America's largest carrier, on Monday cancelled 90% of its international flights as demand collapsed and countries shut down borders due to the coronavirus outbreak, leaving the region increasingly isolated.

Latin America's largest airline to cancel 90% of its international flights

7:25pm EDT

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA LATAM Airlines Group, South America's largest carrier, on Monday canceled 90% of its international flights as demand collapsed and countries shut down borders due to the coronavirus outbreak, leaving the region increasingly isolated.

UPDATE 8-Latin America's largest airline to cancel 90% of its international flights

7:10pm EDT

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA, March 16 LATAM Airlines Group, South America's largest carrier, on Monday canceled 90% of its international flights as demand collapsed and countries shut down borders due to the coronavirus outbreak, leaving the region increasingly isolated.

Brazil agency gives out fewest environmental fines in 24 years

Mar 09 2020

BRASILIA Brazil's federal environment agency last year gave out the fewest fines for breaking conservation laws since 1995, the agency's press office told Reuters on Monday, as the efficacy of the agency, known as Ibama, continues to fall under President Jair Bolsonaro.

Brazil restricts environmental employees' media contact after Amazon wood exports report

Mar 05 2020

BRASILIA Brazil's environmental agency Ibama on Thursday published an order restricting contact between its employees and journalists, following a Reuters report on thousands of cargos of Amazon rainforest wood being exported without agency authorization.

Exclusive: Brazil exported thousands of shipments of unauthorized wood from Amazon port

Mar 04 2020

BRASILIA Over the past year Brazil exported thousands of cargoes of wood from an Amazonian port without authorization from the federal environment agency, increasing the risk they originated from illegally deforested land, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Brazil Environment Ministry fires top climate change officials

Feb 27 2020

BRASILIA Brazil's Environment Ministry has fired two senior climate officials, leaving the posts vacant at a time when the country is under growing scrutiny for the greenhouse gases released by clearing the Amazon rainforest.

Brazil says U.S. will allow fresh Brazilian beef imports

Feb 21 2020

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA Brazilian Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina Dias said on Friday that the United States had reopened its market for Brazilian fresh beef exports, effective immediately.

Brazil farm minister urges calm over coronavirus amid commodities export concern

Feb 13 2020

BRASILIA Brazilian Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina Dias said on Thursday that the impact of coronavirus should be viewed with calm and not blown out of proportion, amid rising concern that the disease outbreak in China could hurt demand for commodities.

Brazil environment agents surprised by deforestation through rainy season

Feb 07 2020

BRASILIA Aggressive deforestation is starting earlier this year in Brazil's Amazon rainforest, environmental enforcement agents say, with government data on Friday showing destruction doubling in January compared with a year ago.

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