Monthly Archives: October 2010

French newspaper Libération and the queen of Brazil

French newspaper Libération could be described as an icon of leftist thinkers. Maybe that will explain its bias headline toward a “leftist” party. Two days before the second round that will choose the next president of Brazil, I was surprised … Continue reading

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Tourism in Brazil grows more then country’s GDP

Between 2003 and 2007, revenues generated by tourism grew more than the economy as awhole. During the period, tourism rose 22%,  while Brazilian GDP grew 19.3%. The highlights were service sand highway transportation. In spite of this growth,tourism still accounts for … Continue reading

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Moving to Brazil on business

Land of opportunity and of solid financial institutions, more international execs are considering moving to Brazil. I could name some cases in my network. People from the US, France and England taking the move to live in Brazil on account of … Continue reading

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Spain’s Natraceutical in Brazil expansion deal

MADRID, Oct 7 (Reuters) – Spanish food group Natraceutical (NATE.MC) said on Thursday it had made a deal with Brazil’s Bio Group to develop its Forte Pharma food supplements brand in that country, an agreement which may allow parent Natra … Continue reading

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