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Daily Archives: April 5, 2010
“Unless Brazil is unlike any other country, increased demands will start with goods and services that will require the infra-structure to keep up — or fall behind… As any country grows (Germany, Japan are best examples for the past 50-60 … Continue reading
Almost ten years ago Laura Alfaro wrote a Harvard Business School case about Brazil’s challenges regarding globalization. I am curious to know what does she make of what has happened so far. Here are her arguments: In 2001, Brazil stands … Continue reading
The article (The Economist March 31th) illustrates Brazil’s emerging role in international security issues, ie, input on Iran. Janar Wasito http://www.economist.com/world/europe/displaystory.cfm?story_id=15816908.