In Brazil, the profession of a sworn translator is officially known as Tradutor Público e Intérprete Comercial, and its abbreviated to TPIC, which means Public Translator and Commercial Interpret.
Conar is a Brazilian non-governmental organization that self-regulates the advertising sector in the country. Find out how this institution was created and what is its functions in the country.
There's a large number of drug stores in Brazil, mainly because the process of opening one isn't difficult. Find out what is required to open this type of business in Brazil.
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The Brazilian Post and Telegraph Company, or simply, the post office, is a federal public company responsible for the shipping and mail delivery system in Brazil. Known as Correios, the company operates with many services of domestic and international delivery of goods.
Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world by land, and management of the territory requires different levels of organization. This article will outline the main functions of Brazil's political positions.
To modernize and de-bureaucratize the Brazilian documents registered at notary offices, the Autoridade Certificadora Brasileira de Registros was created, a digital system of certification that aims to turn all documents into a digital format.
Sales representation is a very important profession in the business sector. This article outlines the legal requirements that must be followed in Brazil to exercise this profession.
The Manaus Free Trade Zone is the best known in Brazil, but this doesn't mean there aren't other zones in the country. Find out about other Brazilian free trade zones in this article.
Leaving a company could be an easy decision, but is the process as easy as well? This article outlines what a partner must do to leave a partnership within legal terms.
Gambling is illegal in Brazil, but that doesn't stop Brazilians from gambling. This article presents the common gambling practices in Brazil, and the legal or illegal aspects contained in them.