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How to get Permanent Residence through Real Estate Investment in Brazil

Brazil is the largest country in South America, and third in the combined Americas, behind Canada and the United States, ranking a fifth position in the world both in terms of landmass and of the population. Therefore, since November 2017 with the New Migration Law implementation, Brazil has been one of the most searched countries by Foreign nationals willing to invest in Real Estate. One of the reasons for that is the freedom of an egalitarian system allowing any foreign with CPF (Brazil's version of a Social Security Number) to acquire property. 


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A comparison of average salaries between Brazil and India

Brazil and India are two of the main emerging countries in the world, also they are part of a economic group called BRICS. Studies show that until 2050, these two countries will be in the top 5 biggest economies of the world. While benchmarking the average salaries in India and Brazil, it is noticeable that there is a great difference between the amount of remuneration in any kind of job position. Check Below some comparisons between the 10 main jobs in Brazil and India.


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Legal structure comparison between Brazilian and USA companies

In order to clarify the types of business entity existing in USA and Brazil, and what business structure is suitable for an entrepreneur business plan, this article has the main goal to inform the main structure further details about which one. First we’ll present a Table with the main characteristics which you can check the details right bellow.


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Launching your business in Switzerland in 3 Easy steps

When talking about company formation in Switzerland, there are 2 different types of companies: The Public Limited Company (PLC) and Private Limited Company (LTD), with that is for most of us the same as LLCs. In general comparison, PLC and LTD have differences on minimal and maximum amounts of invested capital and shareholding percentage. Check in this article more details about it.


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GSHK Groups

The leader in the manufacturing of CIGS flexible thin-film solar panels, GSHK group is known to set the standards for integration of solar into innovative applications. With a range of products from portable solar chargers and building solutions (BIPV) to military applications and emerging innovations. GSHK manufactures Copper Indium Gallium DiSelenide (CIGS) by using state-of-the-art, controlled co-evaporation and the thinnest stainless-steel substrate possible to create flexible and lightweight thin-film PV products for use in any application.


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Docplanner Subholdings BV

Docplanner is the world’s biggest healthcare platform, with local offices in six countries. Docplanner found that a big percentage of their Brazilian clients were not able to pay them for the services, therefore EB incorporates a subsidiary in Brazil to them so they are able to collect payments from their Brazilian clients.


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Steelbro Brasil LTDA

Steelbro Container Handling Solution is a large scale Australian, container handling company. They noticed a high demand for their products in the Brazilian market due to the lack of rail networks in Brazil. To improve the timing and deliver quickly to their clients, the solution was to open a local entity and to have a local office in Santos.


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Amigo Tours Turismo LTDA

Establish Brazil introduced a solution of having a presence in major cities and by them having a full presence, they were able to control and provide high-quality service to their client at a reduced cost. Amigo Tours currently has full operations in Brazil’s major tourist city, Rio de Janeiro, and provides high-quality services on the ground. The process was carried out with minimum bureaucracy, so they could focus on their business.


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UPDATE 1-China's COFCO says Brazil needs more logistics investments

SAO PAULO,(Reuters) - Brazil could compete better in global agriculture markets if it increased infrastructure investment and diversified its transport network, an executive at COFCO International, the Chinese commodities trader, said on Monday.

Eduardo Gradiz Filho, head of grains and oilseeds for COFCO in the country, said at an agribusiness conference that Brazil’s port infrastructure is adequate but the country still relies too much on trucks to ship farm products, which is inefficient.


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Bayer sees Brazil as key growth driver for global crop division

Bayer AG’s crop science unit will lead revenue gains in Brazil this year and next as the South American country becomes the company’s main driver of growth and its second biggest market, the global head of the crop science division said on Tuesday.