Being the ninth biggest economy in the world and the fourth largest country, with a population of 207,1 millions of people, with a large territory and a favorable weather, Brazil have great opportunities of investment and economic development. Check in this article the 5 best industries sectors to invest in Brazil:
Saleem, who is natural from Pakistan and currently lives in Dubai, is a Financial Controller at Farah Leisure Parks Management (Proud Operator of Ferrari World & Yas Waterworld AbuDhabi). Now, because of the Brazilian permanent residency, Saleem has a place to go when the moment to leave the UAE comes. He’s also in the process of getting a second passport and will apply for his father’s permanent residency as well. His investment (which in a savings account in Brazil) makes him 14% per year. (Reasonably good compared to the 1% he gets in the UAE).
The Brazilian Mint - CMB is a non-dependent public corporation, incorporated under Law No. 5.895, dated June 19, 1973, linked to the Ministry of Finance, with legal personality under private law, and its capital is wholly owned To the Union. It has as its main activity, on an exclusive basis, the manufacture of paper money, metallic money and the printing of postage stamps, federal tax and federal government debt, as well as the production of Brazilian passports.
It regards the concession of 14 airports, with an investment forecast of around R $ 6.4 billion. The airports are the following:
Cellulose Terminal at the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR01)
Vehicle Terminal in the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR12)
General Cargo Terminal at the Port of Itaqui/MA - (IQI 18)
Wood Chip Terminal in the Port of Santana/AP - (MCP1)
Grain Terminals in the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR 07, PAR 08, and PAR XX)
Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Vitória/ES
LPG terminals in Porto Miramar/PA - (BEL 05, and BEL 06)
Agrovia Terminal in the Port of SUAPE/PE
Privatization - Companhia Docas do Espírito Santo - CODESA
Brazil: President Michel Temer's government launched a multibillion-dollar plan to auction off oil, power rights and infrastructure concessions, in an attempt by the new government to bolster private investment in a moribund economy.
The government will sell operating licenses for airports in the cities of Porto Alegre, Salvador, Florianopolis and Fortaleza by the first quarter of 2017. It also plans to sell rights to operate federal roads in the center-west and south regions later next year.