And president of the Central Bank during the country acclaimed period of growth and stability. But he will have to deliver fast to pull the nation out of its worst recession in a century and win back investor confidence, Julia Leite and Raymond Colitt report.Meirelles, who slashed inflation when he was central bank chief for most of last decade, was appointed finance minister on Thursday by Michel Temer, the man who became acting president after Dilma Rousseff was temporarily removed to face an impeachment trial. Having had a foot in several political parties, Meirelles is seen as someone who can build consensus in Congress for the kinds of spending cuts that analysts say are needed to tame the deficit, slow inflation and lure back investors.many ways he is what Brazil needs, said Edwin Gutierrez, head of emerging market sovereign debt at Aberdeen Asset Management in London.

Sales of Wayfarers (one Ray Ban style) were 111,000 a year in 1982,says Norman Salik, vice president of public relations. After Risky Business in 1983 and a number of other propitious placements, the company sold 3 million of the style in 1988.Cruises string of hit films as well as one of the most aggressiveplacement programs in the fashion industry have kept up public awareness and company sales. The companys sunglasses appeared in 160 movies last year and are the shades worn on TVs Moonlighting.Salik characterizes aviator style as the blue blazer of sunglasses, a model with steady but unremarkable sales increases of about 4 percent each year until Cruise and Top Gun.

In addition to being simple for the driver, car travel is also much more convenient when it comes to luggage. Checking luggage on an airplane or train can be extremely stressful, especially with the weight restrictions and limitations on what you can pack and how you must pack it. When you travel by car, you just have to make sure that all of the luggage fits in the available space.

She retired at age 65. She enjoyed playing bridge with her very special friends, gardening, baking, camping, sewing, quilting (donated to the hospital), knitting, crocheting, needlepoint, but most of all, doting on Arie as well as her children, grandchildren and other neighborhood children wanting a cookie, doing it all with a hot cup of tea. She is survived by her son Jan (Irena Rot), Vanderdonk, Halifax; daughters, Ludwina (Jacques Maillet) Vanderdonk, Ottawa; Michelle (Scott) Schnare, Halifax; Veronica (Mike MacLean) Vanderdonk, Halifax; grandchildren, Kallie, Kersten, Ryley, McKenzie and Hana; sister, Frances Campbell, Kingston, ON and her many cousins, nieces and nephews.