In recent years, companies from emerging economies — especially the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China) — have challenged the hegemony of multinational giants from the U.S., Europe and Japan in what has been called the “third wave” of globalization. Brazilian multinationals, with their own unique attributes, are leading the charge. Last year, the Boston Consulting Group ranked 14 Brazilian companies among the world’s 100 “new global rivals.”
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