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Understanding how to get a Brazilian Investor Visa

Do you want to get a Brazilian investor visa but have fears of tackling the country’s famed bureaucracy? Fear not, the process of obtaining an investor visa, contrary to what many might think, is actually not an over-the-top stressful, pull your hair out type of procedure. It is a relatively straightforward, albeit more expensive alternative to getting permanent residency in the country. of procedure. It is a relatively straightforward, albeit more expensive alternative to getting permanent residency in the country.


Saleem Enterprise Holding Eireli

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).


ISC Brasil

ISC BRASIL arrives in its 13th edition in 2018 and positions itself as the event where the SECURITY ELECTRONICS, PRIVATE SECURITY, PUBLIC SAFETY and DIGITAL SECURITY sectors interact to present security solutions for 12 different verticals - industries, construction, transport and logistics, retail, hospitals, hotels, banks, airports, agribusiness, universities, malls and condominiums.


Glass South America

Glass South America - International Trade Fair of Glass Design and Technology is the 13th edition of Glass South America, the most important biennial glass event in Latin America, that brings together qualified industry professionals looking for new technologies, suppliers and networks. And is managed by a public transportation company, automotive, furniture, white line, decoration and civil construction


Latin America projected to have fastest bandwidth growth worldwide

Positive economic news from Latin America (LATAM) about its Q2 gross domestic product growth increasing 1.1% annually – its best results in over three years – confirms the region’s economic recovery is gaining traction.

This could be one of many reasons that the Global Interconnection Index, a recent market study published by Equinix, predicts LATAM could be the fastest-growing region worldwide in terms of Interconnection, potentially increasing 62% annually between 2016 – 2020.