It is possible to keep goods stored in Brazilian bonded warehouses for up to three years. But what happens and what must be done after that? This article answers these questions and brings more information on the subject.
Moving is always a complicated matter, and doing so with children is even more difficult. This article explains some precautions relating to health that must be taken when relocating with children to Brazil.
An association is any formal initiative which gathers individuals and/or legal entities who have common objectives, in order to overcome any difficulties and generate benefits for its members. In this article, we will look at the complete process of how to start an association in Brazil.
Halal is the description given to food that receives specific treatment, in order to comply with Islamic religion and its rules about food. They follow the Islamic laws of the Sharia, which specifies, for all stages of the food preparation process, how Halal food is to be prepared. In this article, we will look at the Halal food market in Brazil.
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Food taxes in Brazil vary depending on how the food was bought by the consumer. Is it considered as a service, or considered as a product sale? In this article, we will take a look at which taxes are levied on food in Brazil.
Even though this type of show has become less popular over the past few years, there are still various game shows aired in Brazil. This article shows which are the main programs of this type in Brazil.
Brazilians are regarded worldwide as very warm and welcoming people, despite Brazil being known as a somewhat dangerous place for its residents and tourists alike, due to its high crime rates. In this article, we will take a look at different crime rates in Brazilian cities.
The import of musical instruments is chosen by many companies and individuals over products offered in the domestic market. This article explains the main duties and procedures involved in this process.
As more families in Brazil are entering the middle class and as time becomes more scarce than ever due to work, frozen food products are becoming increasingly common in the Brazilian diet. In this article, we will take a look at the frozen food market in Brazil.
In Brazil, the government offers incentives for companies that hire prisoners and former prisoners, in order to reinsert these individuals into the labor market. In this article, we will take a closer look at these benefits.
Documento de Arrecadação de Receitas Federais is the taxation document used to pay federal taxes and contributions in Brazil. This article explains everything about it, from the general idea of it to its structure.
Voting in Brazil is mandatory and elections have to be supervised by assistants in each polling station. In this article, we will learn more about election assistants in Brazil.
Individuals travelling to Brazil for religious purposes are required to get a temporary visa. This article explains everything about VITEM VII for clergymen and missionaries.
As is happening across the entire fashion sector in Brazil, the footwear industry is presenting a growth in production, driven especially by the domestic market. In this article, we will take a look at the footwear industry in Brazil.
Some procedures and requirements are needed before expanding your business in Brazil. This article brings information about what is needed to open another branch in Brazil.
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In this article we will describe how telephone number portability is operated and managed in Brazil, including the requirements and benefits offered by operators.
In this article we will look at SeAC, the Brazilian subscription TV regulation, and what requisites it applies to companies in this sector.
In this article we'll examine the history and current status of Programa Nacional de Banda Larga, the Brazilian government plan to establish a wide-reaching, reliable data network infrastructure in the country.