When travelling abroad, one of the many things that strike tourists more deeply is the way people behave with each other, especially when it comes to a thing almost every tourist likes to do: shopping in a different country. In this article, we will give you tips on how to behave in a Brazilian store.
Among the many regulations involving workers in Brazil - Consolidation of Labor Laws, CLT - the Carteira de Trabalho e Previdência Social, or CTPS, Portuguese for Workbook, is a key document for all employees, even foreigners. In this physical book, general information about the employee and his working history is kept. In this article, we will explain how foreigners can obtain a CTPS.
Do you own a pingômetro? Ever heard about a fruteira? This article will list these and other objects that can, more than likely, only be found in Brazil.
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With its more than 181.000 laws, the Brazilian legal system is totally entangled, anachronistic and confusing even for those who work with it every day. It is so confusing, that even the Federal Court of Justice does not know how many of them were revoked and how many of them are still in force. In this article we will take a look at 7 things that are illegal in Brazil but not often abroad.
As a country with an expressive upper and middle class willing to acquire imported goods, the Brazilian market offers to its consumers almost every option available for consumers worldwide. Nevertheless, a few items are not available for Brazilian purchasers.
While Italy has the Bellini and the United States has the Cosmopolitan, Brazil has the Caipirinha. But you can certainly get many other drinks while in Brazil. This article will help you learn which ones you should try and which ones you should definitely stay away from.
Brazilian public transport is defective, which makes traveling in Brazil difficult. In this article you will learn how it works in Salvador, the richest and most populated city in the Northeastern region, noted for its gastronomy, architecture and music and named a world heritage by the UNESCO.
Brazil is known worldwide for its unmatched variety of natural wonders. In this article, we will list seven items that are worth buying in Brazil and bringing back home.
Moving to a different country will always bring difficulties, but getting to know people in a similar position might ease the process. This article will cover the benefits that an expat community might have for newcomers.
In Brazil, drug sales registered a cumulative growth of 82% between 2007 and 2011, totaling USD 43 billion. This impressive expansion has its origin in the expanding pharmacy and drugstore network, as well as in the popular programs adopted by the Brazilian Government.