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Brazilian products are on average 34.2% more expensive than a similar product made somewhere else. What are the reasons? The Brazil cost, followed by the appreciation of the Brazilian Real, explain the economic stagnation the country is facing. Those are … Continue reading
London Olympic Games. Rio Conferences will present opportunities in strategic sectors of the city from July 25th to August 12th for more than 540 companies. Organized by Rio Negocios, the conferences are supported by companies like the Brazilian bank Bradesco and the … Continue reading
Or should we say: Rio takes off? The city of Rio de Janeiro’s investment promotion agency – Rio Negocios – will hold events to attract global investments to the region during the London 2012 Olympics. The agenda in London includes a series … Continue reading
Brazil is the 39th destination on a ranking for international tourists, according to World Tourism Organization (WTO). The country received 5.1 million visitors in 2010. A shame if compared to other BRICs: China (81 million), Russia (23.7 million) and India (5.3 million). … Continue reading
Brazilian pharmaceutical companies announce plans of internationalization. Latin America is primary target. The idea is to build partnerships, license and distribute branded products, but investment of investing in green field abroad is also a possibility. This is the case Hypermarcas, … Continue reading
Concerns about Europe should affect stock market performance in Brazil this month. That is what we learn from the reports of Banif and Bradesco Corretora. Companies with greater exposure to domestic market are pointed as safe ports. Banif: Tension in … Continue reading
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