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.
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:
Announced in 2013 by Xi Jinping, the Belt and Road initiative ( “One Belt, One Road,” or OBOR) put China as an alternative leader to the global economic affairs scenario.
Idealized as a New Silk Road, it aims to promote development by construction and expansion of high-speed rail networks, pipelines, ports and logistics centers, basically a Pan-Asian network linking China to Southeast Asia, consisting of two main components: an overland Silk Road Economic Belt connecting China with Central Asia and beyond, and an ocean-based 21st Century Maritime Silk Road to China’s south.
Although you can find several types of company structures in Brazil, the most common ones are: LTDA, EIRELI and SA. This article present each one and provide a general idea about their structures.