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Brazil To Attract Capital Over 8 Years -Itau

Brazil to attract more private-sector investments over the next eight years, compensating in part for lack of domestic savings, but there’s unlikely to be a major appreciation of the Brazilian currency, according to economists at Brazil’s Itau Unibanco Holdings SA (ITUB, ITUB4.BR). As capital flows into Brazil–seeking investment opportunities as well as attracted by the opportunities related to the coming World Cup and Olympic Games and the development of the major offshore oilfields–there’s…

Brazil prospers from global interest

Brazil outpaced Britain as the world’s sixth largest economy last year, partly owing to a rise in foreign direct investment, particularly in services and especially by America and Spain. The growing importance of Brazil can be reflected by how far the country has advanced in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI). According to the latest World Investment Report, issued by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD, August 2011), FDI inflows to Latin America’s largest economy in 2010…

Weighing The Pros And Cons Of Setting Up Your Business In Brazil

By Brian Warren | articlesnatch.com Brazil brings to mind the images of soccer or the Amazon or the carnival. Although a small fraction, it is indeed a part of what makes Brazil. It is the largest country in South America in land mass and population, and shares borders with ten neighboring nations. Being rich and diverse in natural resources, it is a fascinating country with full of opportunities to be developed. Brazil is one of the great socioeconomic paradoxes, and although it resides comfortably at number…

Brazil’s Congress And Foreign Land Ownership

Brazil’s Congress And Foreign Land Ownership By Alastair Stewart | dtnprogressivefarmer.com It’s been nearly a year since the Brazilian government imposed restrictions on large land purchases by foreigners, bringing an abrupt halt to wave of international investment in rural real estate. Farm lobbyists claim that the decision to enforce a long-standing law restricting foreign land ownership to 620 acres to 12,350 acres, depending on the location, caused investments of $15 billion to be suspended.…
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