London was considered for some one of the best olympic games ever for its smooth delivery. Rio de Janeiro received the olympic flag and is officially the Olympic city… in other words: it is already under scrutiny. Both cities are metropolitan areas of over 12 million people. While in London, the Department of Transport expected 500,000Continue reading “What has to be done for Rio to top London Olympics?”
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Is Brazil ready for the game?
2014 and 2016 promise to be two important years sports wise in Brazil with the World Cup and the Olympic Games. Brazil is now part of the selected group of countries hosting major events. Only 4 countries have managed this feat: Mexico (1968 and 1970), Germany (1972 and 1974), USA (1994-1996) and Japan (1998-2002). An herculean challenge maybe, but it is also a chance for Brazil to prove itself inContinue reading “Is Brazil ready for the game?”
Germans pitching for the World Cup and the Olympic Games
Brasilia – The German President, Christian Wulff, said on Thursday that his country is interested in working in project for the World Cup in 2014 and for the Olympic Games of Rio 2016. Wulff also remarked that currently more than 1200 German companies operate in Brazil, which proves the strong bilateral ties between the twoContinue reading “Germans pitching for the World Cup and the Olympic Games”
Rio to host international investment event next month
Exploring business opportunities in Brazil is a good excuse to go to Rio next month for the Rio Investment 2011. Investors from all over the world are expected in Rio from March 22-24 for Rio Investment 2011. A meeting place for companies and investors wanting to learn more about opportunities related with upcoming major events suchContinue reading “Rio to host international investment event next month”
Where do you see Brazil in 10 years?
Mark Mobius answers this question in a blog post. Can you comment on Brazil? Where do you see Brazil 10 years from now? – James, United States Brazil is a key producer and exporter of commodities. Strong commodity prices associated with a solid domestic demand for goods and services have been key drivers of itsContinue reading “Where do you see Brazil in 10 years?”