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Following structural reforms and the change in course in the economy, Brazil has entered a new growth cycle and has the…
WASHINGTON, DC – China’s investment in Brazil, the largest country in Latin America, has been growing by the year, largely…
Positive economic news from Latin America (LATAM) about its Q2 gross domestic product growth increasing 1.1% annually – its…
The agribusiness and utilities sectors are leading the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in Brazil, according…
BK Brasil Operação e Assessoria a Restaurantes SA, operator of the Burger King fast-food chain in Brazil, will list an…
  China Telecommunications Corp, the country's third largest telecom carrier by mobile subscribers, said on Wednesday that…

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Brazilian passport: The facilities and benefits it brings to you

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.


How to make a good cv in the most easiest way

Like in many other countries, a CV - curriculum vitae - is a summary of a person’s professional and academic activities, usually more detailed than a resume. This tool is used by employers and employees to better filter job and business opportunities. In Brazil, a CV is a must for those applying for a job, in order to quickly explain a person’s background and present the aspects that make the applier the best for the position.



7 Steps to Opening a Business In Brazil

When you are not familiar with the process of opening a business in Brazil, you might be faced with several steps and processes that can seem confusing, lengthy and nearly impossible to unravel at first. Therefore, in order to better help you understand and navigate this process, we have summarized the most important aspects of opening a business in Brazil into a short step-by-step guide, listing best practices for investors wishing to settle in Brazil.


What's the Real Cost of an Employee?

To hire an employee in Brazil, it’s important to consider that there are some costs involved, such as paid vacations, governmental fees and some other. Most of them, are not amounts that the employee will receive directly every month, but it’s responsibility of the company to save the specific amount or pay it to the government on behalf of the employee.


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