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[Brazil, Kyrgyzstan, Thailand] Alliance One International Inc. and Universal Corporation Resolve Related FCPA Matters Involving Bribes Paid to Foreign Government Officials Companies Agree to Pay $13.85 Million . . .

in Criminal Penalties and to Disgorge Additional $14.5 Million
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
added Aug 8, 2010 00:00

[Argentina, Brazil] Paraguayan Smuggling Crossroads Scrutinized

Tri-Border Region Seen as Hub for Aid To Radical Groups
Washington Post
added Aug 2, 2006 00:00

[Brazil, Latin America] HEALTH: Poisoned Lives: the Price Of Tobacco Farming

added Aug 1, 2005 00:00

[Brazil, Paraguay] A Counterfeit Industry Cheats Legitimate Trade

Business in fake goods is booming, which lowers tax revenue and hurts legal operations.
Los Angeles Times
added Apr 4, 2004 00:00

[Brazil, Kenya] Behind the mask / The real face of CSR (PDF)

Christian Aid (uk)
added Feb 28, 2004 00:00

[Brazil] The hazards of tobacco farming

Christian Aid (uk)
added Feb 4, 2002 00:00

Health-Brazil: Kids At Risk From Agrochemicals On Tobacco Farms ($$)

added Feb 18, 1999 00:00
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[Brazil, Latin America] Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol

Teens who are struggling with mental health disorders are more likely to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol and use marijuana, a new Brazilian study suggests. Researchers reviewed self-reported data from more than 4,000 high school students in Sao Paulo. T
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Aug 7, 2016 04:32
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[Brazil, Latin America] High schoolers with mental health issues more likely to use alcohol, tobacco, marijuana

respondents with clinically significant scores on a behavioral screening questionnaire were more likely to use alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana in the past month compared to those without symptoms. The study is among the first to highlight the link between
Medical Xpress (
added Aug 4, 2016 11:09
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[Brazil] For Infertility Treatment, Should He Drink Less Coffee, More Booze?

Another new study, written by researchers at Sao Paulo Federal University in Brazil and scheduled to be presented Tuesday at the conference, finds that smoking can impair fertility. Smoking contributes to problems with semen quality in men with a conditio
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Oct 21, 2014 10:15
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