Global Business

April 4, 2023

Mexico prepares for Spring Break

With the spring break holidays upon us, many U.S. holiday-makers will be traveling to Mexico to enjoy the sunshine. However, a worsening situation with violence is making many consider their options.

March 27, 2023

Investing in Brazil’s poorest region

CGTN correspondent Paulo Cabral travelled to the city of Aracaju in Brazil’s Northeast, the country’s poorest region, to check on a sanitation and drainage project that’s being partially financed by the New Development Bank, the Brics Bank.

March 20, 2023

Meet Brazil’s high-voltage technicians

How do you transfer power from Brazil’s hydroelectric plants to cities in need that are often kilometers away? Meet the technicians behind use of ultra-high voltage lines that criss-cross the nation.

March 10, 2023

Moderna expected to raise price of vaccine

Millions of Americans have received the COVID-19 vaccine with no out-of-pocket costs, as the U.S. government footed the bill throughout the pandemic. But that’s likely to change when the COVID-19 national and public health emergencies expire in May.

March 7, 2023

Lab grown chocolate

For many it’s a food that is simply hard to get enough of — chocolate. But that delicacy is facing multiple threats, by both climate change and human.