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.
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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.
Franchising has been regarded as one of the least expensive ways of expanding businesses. This is a profitable opportunity in Brazil with an expected growth of 13% growth in the franchising sector in 2014. In this article, we will take a look at the 25 largest franchising networks in Brazil.
Among the many incentives that Brazil gives to national cultural production, the Rouanet Law is the most important one, attracting private initiative’s donations or sponsorships due to the benefits it grants. In this article, we will take a closer look at how Rouanet Law works.
Pallets are an imperative asset to all companies that work in transportation or the storage of goods. The International Organization for Standardization’s - ISO - are making efforts to apply an international standard size for all pallets however, this reality is far from reachable. In this article, we will take a look at what pallet sizes are used in Brazil.
Amongst the many different temporary visas Brazil offer to foreigners, one of them is the visa for Business Events, known as VITEM II. In this article, we will learn how to get a VITEM II.
Raising money for political organizations is a controversial subject amongst Brazilians. This article explains how fundraising is currently done and who are the main donors.
Pizzas are an international dish and this is not different in Brazil, where they are the most sought after food item when ordering from home and account for 26% of the total orders. In this article, we will take a look at the growing pizza market in Brazil.
A large percentage of the Brazilian population hire help to assist with cleaning, cooking or performing other domestic tasks. Find out in this article what the rules and obligations are when hiring someone to perform domestic functions.
Warehouse auctions often occur when products are apprehended by a country’s Treasury Department or by its Federal Revenue Service. In this article we will take a closer look at warehouse auctions in Brazil.
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Most telecommunication services in Brazil are sold through resellers of the large telecom operators.
In this article we will detail the status and outline what payment methods are available for prepaid mobile subscriptions in Brazil.
In this article we’ll point to the most popular subscription services in Brazil and explore what payment methods and models are offered for their customers.