Bolsonaro, with a proudly authoritarian approach that attracted Brazilian voters tired of crime and corruption, will have to find a way to fit into the groupings of developing countries.
Bolsonaro, who is backed by Brazil's powerful agrobusiness lobby, had proposed the idea in the past, saying, "Let's be clear: the future ministry will come from the productive sector".
In the run-up to the election, Bolsonaro, whose first foreign visits would be to Chile, Israel and the U.S. - that according to him "share our worldview" - has said: "The future ministry will come from the productive sector".
President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated Jair Bolsonaro on his emergence as Brazil's new President.
Mr. Bolsonaro, the so-called "Trump of the Tropics", is a notoriously divisive figure, whose hardline approach has deeply divided Latin America's largest country. Mr. Bolsonaro swept a runoff election over the weekend, winning almost 55% of the vote to defeat the left-of-centre Fernando Haddad.
Markets reacted positively to the win by the business-world favorite, who will take office on January 1 - though profit-taking set in later in the day.
The markets could continue to boom, Mariscal said, if Bolsonaro keeps his promise to allow Guedes, who is expected to be named economy minister, the autonomy needed to carry out his plans.
The 63-year-old congressman´s rise has been propelled by rejection of the leftist PT that ran Brazil for 13 of the last 15 years and was ousted two years ago in the midst of a deep recession and political graft scandal.
This, along with his disdain for the Paris climate change accord, could mark a disturbing departure from Brazil's historical sensitivity to keeping its precious environmental resources intact. However, his praise of Brazil's former dictatorship and his comments on race, women and homosexuality have raised concern.
Asked about Brazil's currency, Lorenzoni said Bolsonaro would offer businesses more predictability, but ruled out an exchange rate target.
In the nation's most emblematic city, Rio de Janeiro, over 200 people marched up the stairs of the Municipal Chamber with banners such as "No More Torture" or "Not Him" and shouting slogans against Bolsonaro and his ideology, Efe news reported.
In his first TV interview since being elected, Mr. Bolsonaro also underlined his campaign pledge to loosen gun laws.
Bolsonaro is due to travel to Brasilia next week to meet with outgoing President Michel Temer, said Bebianno.
Retired General Augusto Heleno, slated to become defence minister, told reporters that Bolsonaro has a positive view of a planned $4.75 billion joint venture between Boeing Co and Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA.
On Wednesday, the SDF said the Turkish attacks had forced it to suspend its US-backed campaign against IS near the Iraqi border. In the near future will be held a more large-scale and effective operation to neutralize the terrorists", he added.
India, the world's third-biggest oil consumer, meets more than 80 per cent of its oil needs through imports. The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) has reportedly leased some storage capacity at Dalian.
Al-Qedra said that since the start of the marches, the Israeli army forces have killed 217 Palestinians and wounded 23,000 others. The incident occurred with tensions high along the border after months of protests and clashes.
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Ms Taub said she found the email , a copy of which was seen by Reuters, to be "creepy" and forwarded it to Mr Mueller's office. Peter Carr , a spokesman for the special counsel's office, confirmed that the matter has been referred to the bureau.
But there's another similarity between July 2016 and October 2018. - Oil price to stabilise amid rising USA supply says Barclays . At the same time, forecasters now think oil consumption growth will be weaker than previously anticipated.
A few months later, some $4.1 million was transferred to a high-end New York City jeweler from a bank account linked to Leissner. Among its services, it helped raise $6.5 billion for the fund and earned nearly $600 million in fees for the bond issuance.
Since the intervention, almost 10,000 civilians have been killed, according to the World Health Organization. Washington, a close Saudi ally, supports coalition forces by refuelling their jets and selling them weapons.
According to the report published Wednesday, Turkey received 74.33 points out of 100, improving 4.34 points since past year . The latest reform initiatives included electronic submission of documents and upgrading of port infrastructure.
Oil prices slip on rising supply, trade tensions
The US State Department has set November 4 as the deadline for global oil buyers to stop all their oil purchases from Iran. Earlier, private refining companies could only buy crude oil for exports of oil products, officials have said.
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