Formula 1 will avoid a clash with the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2017, with the FIA set to announce a revised 20-race calendar.
The German Grand Prix, meanwhile, has dropped off the schedule again after talks between Hockenheim promoters and F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone broke down.
Draft calendars seen by Autosport on the morning of the meeting had Brazil listed but noted as TBC.
It was expected Ecclestone would be granted a request for the Brazilian date to be left open so he could have more time to get a deal over the line, but the Interlagos event secured its place officially by the conclusion of the WMSC meeting.
From the provisional schedule announced in September, Baku's street race has moved back one week to June 25, avoiding a repeat of 2016's clash with sportscar racing's blue ribband event at Le Mans.
It also eliminates the logistical nightmare and big timezone shift the teams encountered when it followed the Canadian GP in back-to-back events this year.
The British GP moves to one week later in July, leading to a clash with Formula E's New York race and the Wimbledon tennis singles finals.
Singapore was initially pencilled in to run back-to-back with Japan, but it has now swapped back with Malaysia to run as a standalone race in mid-September.
The plan to pair Mexico and Brazil has also been abandoned, with the United States being twinned with the former and Brazil a standalone, as was the case this season.
There are five back-to-back races, compared to seven on the previous draft.
As previously announced, the season will start in Australia on March 26 and conclude in Abu Dhabi on November 26.
The four-week summer break remains intact, running between the Hungarian GP on July 30 and Belgian GP on August 27.
The calendar was confirmed during Wednesday's World Motor Sport Council meeting in Vienna.
2017 FORMULA 1 CALENDAR
March 26 Australia, Melbourne
April 9 China, Shanghai
April 16 Bahrain, Sakhir
April 30 Russia, Sochi
May 14 Spain, Barcelona
May 28 Monaco, Monte Carlo
June 11 Canada, Montreal
June 25 Azerbaijan, Baku
July 9 Austria, Red Bull ring
July 16 UK, Silverstone
July 30 Hungary, Hungaroring
August 27 Belgium, Spa
September 3 Italy, Monza
September 17 Singapore, Marina Bay
October 1 Malaysia, Sepang
October 8 Japan, Suzuka
October 22 USA, Austin
October 29 Mexico, Mexico City
November 12 Brazil, Interlagos
November 26 Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina