Bureaucracy is a Brazilian ghost in many aspects of the country's routine, in its organization, for example. Brazil has 24 ministries working together for the development of the country in many different sectors, but, the high number doesn’t necessarily mean efficiency and, that’s why, many Brazilians question the need for so many governmental organizations. Find out which ministries they are and their respective responsibilities.
In order to facilitate the identification of places in Brazil the article will help to understand the Brazilian addresses, explaining abbreviations, how to send a letter and how to read or write an address on a business cards, for example.
In Brazil the steps for the importation of toys varies a little from regular products. Certification, analysis, tests and a non-automatic import license are the main differences for toys and other types of importations to the country.
Brazil is a country of many taxes and that’s no surprise for anyone. The Contribuição sobre Intervenção do Domínio Econônomico (best known as CIDE) is an important and complex tax levied on some specific products in Brazil. The article will outline the main aspects of this tax and how it’s applied throughout the country.
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Aquaculture is the agribusiness that shows a large rate of growth in Brazil, but, it still has a lot of available places to expand since the country has the biggest freshwater reservoirs of the world. Find out more about aquaculture and how to open one.
Beautiful beaches, a 3,400 km coastline, tropical weather, and a rising medium class are probably some of the factors that made Brazil the new market for boats and yachts. Foreign brands and manufacturers are already anchoring in the Brazilian coast, looking for prosperous business opportunities.
Work permits and visas are mandatory for any foreigner aiming to develop any type of work activity in Brazil. Find out where and how to acquire both for foreign service providers with a contract of service provision related to technical assistance and/or technology transfer.
2014 is here, and more than that, the World Cup is finally coming to Brazil and the country is doing everything that's possible to make this huge international event safe and secure. This need for safety and security explains the code of conduct that was created by FIFA and Brazil that must guide the behavior of all football fans during the Cup.
Despite the heat and the melted chocolate, Brazilians really enjoy this product. They are fans of the national produce, but they are even more fans of imported chocolates. Find out how to import this product to Brazil.
Absences at work are a problematic issue. In Brazil, they are subdivided into two categories: justified absence and unjustified absence. Find out their definitions and implications.
Vast territory, large biodiversity, the lack of extreme temperatures throughout the year, and abundance of water, are just a few factors that grant a huge potential to the Brazilian seafood sector. Find out more about this industry branch in Brazil.
Journalists are another category of workers who require a visa in order to perform their activities in Brazil. Find out more about the subject in this article.
Brazil has many lawyers, but this is only possible thanks to the enormous number of law schools that have been established in the country. Find out more about Brazilian law schools in the article.
While Brazilians were out on summer vacation, the country’s Government launched a new legislation that expanded the range of operations that were charged by the aliquot of 6.38% of IOF. Find out what happened, and how IOF is charged now.
Brazil has about 32 million dogs and 16 million cats, and the Brazilian pet shop market is the second largest in the world, being only behind United States. In 1995, the Brazilian Government put into force the Decree 40.400, that established the main guidelines of a veterinary practice in Brazil.