In Brazil, individuals that want to be a part of the foreign trade operations which account for more than USD 3.000 for professional purposes, as well as for personal collections or own consumption, must be registered with Siscomex. In this article, we will take a look at Radar Pessoa Física.
HACCP is an important, widely known, tool for identifying hazards that may be involved with food production and handling. In this article, we will take a look at the implementation of HACCP in Brazil.
Regulations in force by Brazilian Customs may result in some goods getting stuck at custom when exporting to Brazil. In this article, we will take a look at the 7 main reasons why goods get stuck at Brazilian customs.
In Brazil, there are three different types of taxes levied on income: the IRPF, the IRPJ and the IRRF. In this article, we will learn more about IRRF.
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Some rules must be observed when the subject involves children and documentation. This article will show how to obtain the main papers, as well as information about various circumstances.
The federal government and each state’s government have a special communication vehicle to inform the Brazilian population about laws, decrees and other subjects related to the public administration. In this article, we will learn more about Diário Oficial.
A considerable share of the Brazilian population live in slums; some stay there even though their income has increased. That is one of the reasons why companies are paying extra attention to consumers inside favelas.
Among the many responsibilities of Inmetro, certifying that goods and services were produced according to previously established minimum requirements stands out as one of its most important activities. In this article, we will take a look at how Inmetro certifies goods and services.
It was only in 1985 during the first Rock in Rio festival that Brazil started being considered as an imperative stop for all famous bands touring internationally. In this article, we will take a look at the 10 largest music venues in Brazil.
IPI is one of the most common taxes in Brazil, being the seventh tax that generates more revenue for the Brazilian government. In this article, we will take a closer look at IPI.
Pyrotechnics might be entertaining, but they require many precautions and strict regulations. This article provides information about the rules relating to fireworks in Brazil.
In a country like Brazil known for its high temperatures and its tropical fruits, the ice cream market is poised to continue growing, as internal consumption is still considered low compared to other more developed countries. In this article, we will take a look at the ice cream market in Brazil.
Selecting a new school for children might be difficult, since there are many factors to consider. This article will look at some of them and will provide some tips on relocating children to Brazilian schools.
In Brazil, the sum amounted by taxes forms an important part of the Brazilian GDP. In this article, we will look at the top 10 taxes that amounted to more money for Brazil in 2013.
With the ever growing alignment between Brazil and China, both economically and politically, tourism between the two countries is expected to continue thriving in the years to come. Thus, in this article we will take a closer look at Chinese tourism in Brazil.
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Brazil has a very diverse online public, to the point that foreign companies should analyse its potential audience in Brazil before marketing products.
The game production industry is hardly a major sector in the Brazilian economy, but the potential for growth in this sector in the near future is undeniable.
According to recent data, Brazilian smartphone users currently seek 92% of the applications from foreign developers, a harsh reality for a country that wants to confirm its presence in the digital environment.