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Tag Archives: Multinational
Marcopolo and Randon discontinued operations in Egypt due to political tension demanding the end of President Hosni Mubarak. Marcopolo, a manufacturer of buses, decided yesterday to bring back to Brazil three employees after being informed by the Egyptian partner that the situation has worsened and that in addition to insecurity, since there is a risk of missing food and fuel. Randon has a complete line of equipment for the transport of … Continue reading
News from the Charlotte Business Journal about Companhia Providencia will invest an additional $60 million and add 28 jobs to its $70 million Statesville plant, boosting total employment to 81. Read more: Companhia Providencia invests $60M in Statesville | Charlotte Business … Continue reading
The Rio based EBX Group is planning to strengthen its presence outside Brazil and announced the openning of an office in New York to host EBX International. According to Eike Batista, chairman of the group: “with the creation of EBX and … Continue reading
A very interesting conference took place yesterday evening at the Centre d’Etudes et Recherche Amérique Latine en Europe (CERALE). Background of the discussion The Brazilian economy performed very well during the 2007/8 financial crisis. The impact of the crisis did … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The Brazilian finantial newspaper – Jornal Valor, publishes a special bilingual review “Multinacionais Brasileiras”; a selection of the most internatiional companies in Brazil; 57 companies are ranked from an universe of 173 companies with operations abroad. Only two banks on … Continue reading