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Invest in Brazil News

  • Investment destination Porto Velho - Investment Brazil

    Porto Velho is the capital of Rondonia in Brazil. It is a center for trade, communications, transport, financial services, property investments, and the service and production industries. It has efficient highway network with an international Airport that connects it to other cities in Brazil. Porto Velho is a bubbling location for investments. The mining industry is an important sector of its economy. The availability of an abundant source of minerals has particularly been the driving force behind the mining investments. It leads world over in the trade of the mineral Cassiterite.

  • FDI regulations attracting more investments in Brazil

    Foreign Direct Investments have played an essential role in the development of the Brazilian economy. Its large domestic market and favorable government policies have attracted investors. The Brazilian economy has emerged over the years as a strong third world economy partly due to government FDI policies that directed Brazil investments into industrialization, capital flows, technology and services. This has been helped by a liberal FDI regime that encourages foreign investments. The overall effect has been the creation of Jobs and rapid modernization.

  • Brazil Investment News and BrBiotec Brazil launched

    The Brazilian stock exchange experienced a drop in the stocks trading on Friday due to investor wariness as a result of the fall in equities around the world. The Brazilian benchmark, Bovespa stock index decline drastically towards the negative to 62,195.60. That marked a 2% fall from the previous session. Global stocks fell as major currencies sharply declined as a result of investor worries over sovereign debt problems in some euro-zone nations; fearing that the Greek crisis might affect larger economies. This saw the Brazilian stocks decline rapidly.

  • Sao Paolo FDI hub for Brazil Investments

    Sao Paolo is Brazil’s business Hub in terms of foreign and domestic investments. Investments in properties in this city are acquired on a sustainable and consistent basis. For companies that wish to make a Brazil investment, Sao Paolo is a suitable location. It represents one of Brazil’s most important commercial cities. This city drives Brazil’s economy with its diverse investments. Major industries in Brazil can be found in Sao Paolo. The economy of this region survives on the thriving big industry and the other small sector industries that form the backbone of its investments.

  • Nordeste Invest 2010 in Natal Brazil - real estate investment Brazil

    The imminent Nordeste Invest 2010 is due to take place from 10-12 May 2010 in the city of Natal, capital of Rio Grande do Norte state in Brazil. In its fifth edition the leading annual real estate investment event will unite Brazilian and international investment companies and developers who want to form partnerships and negotiate business plans. This year’s event brings over 80 international conference speakers from England, Spain, Portugal, the United States and Dubai who will analyze Brazil’s economy and real estate investment opportunities in the region.