Paulo Cabral

Paulo Cabral

Paulo Cabral covers Brazil for CGTN, with a particular focus on business stories. He joined the channel in 2007 and is based in São Paulo.

Cabral started out as a business reporter in his native Brazil but after a few years went on to an

international career, having worked for BBC for about nine years, initially as a producer and presenter in the BBC World Service, in London, and then as a correspondent in Washington D.C., Cairo and lately in his hometown, São Paulo.

In these positions, Cabral has covered a range of stories from big summits and economic conferences to natural disasters and wars in over 30 countries around the globe.

Cabral has worked for print media, radio, television, news portals and last year completed a Master’s Degree, in the University of São Paulo, with research of ‘hypermedia documentaries’, his new field of interest in media languages and formats.


December 31, 2019

Two U.S. towns endure in the heart of Brazil’s jungle

The Ford car company was booming in the 1920's. As the company grew, so did the need for latex to make rubber tires. Henry Ford's solution was to build two American towns in the heart of Brazil's Amazon jungle. The project hit snags... but the towns are still standing. Read More...
November 14, 2019

BRICS leaders speak out against protectionism

The leaders of the world's major emerging economies wrapped up a two-day summit in Brazil Thursday. The culmination was the signing of a lengthy declaration focused on the importance of mechanisms to allow the nations of the world to better work together. Read More...
November 8, 2019

China and Brazil beef up trade

China recently cleared 25 more meatpacking plants in Brazil to export to the Asian nation. Included are facilities processing beef, chicken, pork and even one for donkeys, with the full list now totaling 89 plants. Read More...
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