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.
In Brazil, there are three types of company structure: Ltda (limited company), EIRELI (Limited liability company) and S/A (anonymous society). Therefore is very important to you understand the differences and similarities between them in order to incorporate your business in the best structure, check this article and avoid problems in the near future.
Travel without restrictions and without bureaucracy is the expectation of every person, to know new places, meet people and their cultures. Brazilian citizens has visa-free or visa on arrival access to more than 150 countries and territories, ranking the Brazilian passport 18th in terms of travel freedom according to the 2017 Henley visa restrictions index.