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Brazilians didn’t have much to do with the Second World War but here in Paris it is hard to forget the date. Celebrations are extensive. Tv and local newspapers have a huge coverage of the event and of course, the odd … Continue reading
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
Brazilian Post Office – ECT announces its internationalization. The goal is to support micro and small Brazilians entrepreneurs in exporting. ECT also aims to support the Brazilian citizens who are abroad. Miami first ECT’s first postal code in the United States … Continue reading
The Rio Earth Summit of 1992 was a landmark in Latin America in terms of institutional changes towards sustainability goals. For now, we don’t know much on what impact will have Rio+20 in the debate. But we can try to interpret … Continue reading
While Brazilian agriculture, planes and commodities thrive in international trade balance, the services account is losing ground as it represents only 13% of exports. Why is that? I got some interesting insights from MZ Consult case, a Brazilian company doing well … Continue reading
They are Venrock Capital, one of the largest American venture capital firms (Rockefeller family founded brand) and Advance Medical Inc. Venrock recently founded and led a $6 million Series A funding for Advance Medical Inc., a company whose sole mission is … Continue reading
The United States could double visits from Brazil and Chile in one year and generate $10.3 billion in new tourism revenue. In 2010, 1.2 million Brazilians visited the United States, injecting $5.9 billion into the American economy. economy.That would mean … Continue reading