Television and radio remain today two of the most important and influential media channels. In this article we will take a look at how to open a television or radio channel in Brazil
The government in Brazil provides little if any supervision over private and public matters such a fraud, especially when related to the INSS, the National Institute of Social Security. In this article we will look at how you can report fraud in Brazil.
ANEEL regulates and establishes conditions so that electricity related services are provided with an acceptable quality and safety, while preserving sustainable pricing. The Electricity Regulatory Agency also monitors that all their regulations, as well as the contracts signed with other companies, are followed.
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CNPJ and Inscrição Estadual are two types of registrations for companies established in Brazil. While their functions might be similar, they have some differences, as shown in this article.
Brazil and the United States have complex employment laws. This article relates some of the main topics of this subject in both countries.
Brazil's current Federal Constitution has been valid since 1988. This article will explain the main pillars of the Constituição, as well as how this document can possibly be modified.
The lack of a centralized registering process, the unnecessary excessive delays and the multiple documents required by different management bodies cause the registering process to take, on average 107 days. In this article we will look at all the documents you need to register a company in Brazil.
Many professions in Brazil are regulated or fiscalized by councils. This article will cover the main responsibilities of these public autarchies and how foreigners relate to them.
Renting a store in a Brazilian shopping centre might be more convenient than searching for a point of sale on the highstreet. This article will show what is needed to find a store in a mall and the main costs involved.
In this article, we will explain everything about CNPJ, a register where all entities are required to enter before commencing their activities.