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 2, 2022

HIV/AIDS progress in Brazil

December 1 is World AIDS Day,  a time to raise awareness and show support for those living with AIDS or HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Read More...
November 22, 2022

Collecting Panini stickers in Brazil during World Cup season

  Back in 1970, four brothers in Italy began distributing collectible stickers featuring all the players of the World Cup that year.  Their family name was Panini and over the years, the popularity of those stickers grew by epic proportions.  Today, Panini stickers are coveted […] Read More...
November 9, 2022

Elias Jabbour on Brazil-China relations

  Brazilian researcher Elias Jabbour was recently awarded an important Chinese literary prize for his 2021 book – “China, the Socialism of the 21st Century.” CGTN’s Paulo Cabral sat down with Jabbour for an interview. Read More...
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