Brazilian companies and citizens are among those that produce the largest amount of organic waste material in the world. This article gives an overview of the current situation and how this is handled in Brazil.
As the subway network in Brazil is not yet fully developed, even in major cities, travelling by bus is the main option people have to reach other places inside the city or in neighbouring cities. In this article, we will take a look at the particularities of travelling by in Brazil.
Cigarettes and smoking product advertising is subject to many restrictions in Brazil. This article will explain the main ones and what changes this industry has recently faced.
When coming to Brazil there is a Special Regime that grants total or partial exemption of taxes due to the entry of some goods in the country. In this article, we will take a look at the Regime Especial de Admissão Temporária.
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Japanese and Chinese food has become quite a trend since the beginning of the 2000s in Brazil. In this article, we will take a look at the Japanese and Chinese Food Market In Brazil.
Each state in Brazil has its own typical dishes, ingredients and flavors. Find out in this article the main gastronomic characteristics of each region in Brazil.
When exporting products that were made or re-processed in Brazil, they are subject to Export Duty. In this article, we will take a look at Export Duty from Brazil.
Brazil has a number of requirements and specific procedures for import operations that may confound even Brazilians. In this article, we will present you with a complete guide to Brazilian Import operations.
Guia de Recolhimento da União is a form used to pay federal taxes and fees in Brazil. This article will explain what needs to be paid via GRU and how it is structured.
In some specific cases when goods are imported to Brazil, there is a need for these goods to be returned to the country of origin. In this article, we will take a closer look at how the process of returning rejected imports to Brazil works.
Organic food is becoming a food trend in Brazil as more consumers are searching for healthier products and the production of organic food has been growing over the last few years. In this article we will take a look at the organic food market in Brazil.
Brazil and South Kora trade everything, from food to gullible middle schoolers’ notebooks, and are quickly becoming economic and political partners. In this article, we will cover the history and numbers behind Brazil and South Korea’s commercial relations.
When coming to Brazil on a trip or returning from abroad all passengers should submit a Declaration of Goods at Brazilian customs. In this article, we will take a look at the Electronic Travelers’ Customs Declaration.
In an attempt to attract investments and new companies Brazilian states and municipalities offer various tax benefits, resulting in disputes between them. This article explains what are the fiscal wars in Brazil and why do they happen.
The import of perishable products is subject to special treatment and supervision since these goods are more sensitive to external factors. In this article, we will take a look at the import of perishable products.
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The revenue stream of e-commerce in Brazil is split into multiple social classes and regions.
The way Brazilians use the internet has changed significantly in recent years, both in the way the web is accessed and what content is commonly searched for.
Brazilian regulations impose heavy restrictions for premium-priced phone number services.