Initially, the air taxi emerged in Brazil in order to meet the transport needs of important executives. The economic expansion led to new applications for air services, such as courier transport for banks and the post office. In this article you will learn more about this service in Brazil.
Having a reputation as having one of the most impressive ecosystems in the world, Brazil is a top destination for adventurous people who are interested in practicing ecotourism. In this article, we will learn more about the ecotourism market in Brazil.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas, or LPG, is still widely used throughout Brazil for cooking and heating. In this article we will learn more about the distribution of gas and how it is done in Brazil.
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A regulatory framework established in 2013, gave preference to the Brazilian defense industries at the same time that the budget for this sector has risen. In this article we will take a look at some of the numbers in the Brazilian defense sector.
To incentivize the Brazilian healthcare industry the Brazilian government has created PROCIS, which is the Program for the Development of Industrial Health Complex, that prioritizes the national production of medicine and technology in the healthcare area. In this article you are going to learn about these investments.
With a large domestic market, favourable government measures and strong economic growth in the mid 2000s, Brazil has one of the most prosperous civil construction industries in the world. In this article, we will take a closer look at this industry’s numbers.
Foreign companies willing to invest in Brazil can do so by importing goods to Brazil and integrating them directly to their capital in that country. In this article, we will see how foreign investment as imported goods is regularized in Brazil.
Sweets are one of the most popular types of food consumed around the world, making this a very promising sector. As this is true in Brazil, let us take a look at the sweet market in Brazil. In this article, we will cover information regarding candy, gum and peanut sweets, excluding chocolate.
Brazilian printed newspapers have always had a big role in the country. Nowadays their popularity is dropping, but there are still many copies in circulation, keeping the old tradition of printed paper alive.
The Brazilian press have always had a predominant role in the country’s development. It has even been called the “fourth power” of politics. Nevertheless, the Brazilian newspaper market has been experiencing a big challenge with the expensive cost of printed paper and the growth in popularity of online news.