Theme parks are key instruments for the development of a region, since they attract tourists not only to the park, but to the region that surrounds them. In this article we will take a look at the growing sector of theme parks in Brazil.
Brazil has a promising paper and pulp industry and is one of Brazil’s most profitable agricultural exports. Brazil ranks highly in the list of producers of these type of goods. In this article we will take a look at this industry.
The Brazilian Healthcare Industry, despite still being insufficient to cover the large demand arising from its population, that surpassed 200 million people, is gradually receiving more investments. In this article, we will take a look at this Industry and examine its size and market forecast.
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Kosher is the description given to food that receives special treatment, in order to comply with the Jewish religion and its rules on food. They follow the Jewish laws of kashrut, which specify, for all stages of the process, how Jewish food is to be prepared. In this article, we will look at the Kosher food market in Brazil.
Brazil is the biggest exporter of meat in the world. The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, known as MAPA or Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento expects that exports of bovine meat will grow consistently at about 2.15% per year. However, from August 2014, these numbers are expected to increase as Russia will start prioritizing the import of Brazilian meat. In this article, we will explain how to export meat from Brazil to Russia.
As a sector that has constantly grown in the past decade, the supermarket industry is drawing lots of attention from investors and entrepreneurs. In this article, we will take a look at the impressive numbers shown by the supermarket industry in Brazil.
Among the four major regulatory agencies for the Financial Market, the one in charge of the securities market in Brazil is CVM, which has executive functions, such as inspections, and standard-setting responsibilities. In this article, we will take a look at how CVM works.
A self-sufficient electricity producer, Brazil did not consider nuclear energy production until the beginning of the 1950s. As the government started to work towards being fully independent in the process of producing nuclear energy, instead of just being an exporter of nuclear material, Brazil began work on a nuclear power plant in the 1970s and started production of energy in the mid 1980s.
In a country like Brazil where protectionism still has deep roots, some industries - specially infrastructure services - have strong state controlled companies dominating the national market, like Petrobras. In an attempt to increase the investment and improve the services level in these sectors the Brazilian government opened them to private investors, a measure that demanded regulatory tools. In this article, we will have an overview of the Regulatory Environment for Business in Brazil.
The growth of the Brazilian tobacco industry is going to be faced with many challenges as countries put in place strong regulations to fight the health effects of consuming tobacco. This article will cover the changes and challenges this sector is going through.