World Cup and Olympics stimulates real estate Brazilian market
(04/08/11) . City of Rio de Janeiro leads the high of prices in the sector, that should maintain until the release of the two sportive events
Brazil will grow 6 per cent on average in the next 4 years
(03/28/11) . Rise comes after 7.5 per cent expansion in the last year
BRICs turned as a ‘billionaire factory’, says Financial Times
(03/28/11) . The countries called BRICs - Brazil, Russia, India and China – are turning into a ‘billionaire factory’, evaluates a report from the English newspaper Financial Times, this Thursday (10)
Brazil it is the world’s 7th economy
(03/15/11) . Last year the Brazilian economy began to reverse the bad results from the global economic crisis and reached a 7.5 per cent growth in comparison with 2009.
Foreigns ‘study’ Brazil to learn how to earn money in the country
(03/15/11) . According to data from Central Bank, more than US$ 15 billion of foreign currency entered the Brazilian economy. Just in December, by direct investment in production. The total amount of FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) of 2010 reached US$ 48.4 billion
Brazil will invest R$ 3.3 trillion (US$ 1.9 trillion) until 2014, says BNDES
(03/15/11) . Sectors like oil and electric Power will leverage the country’s growth with investments that add more than half a trillion reais (near 588 billion US dollars) in the next four years.
Volkswagen Brazil maintain plans to launch a car cheaper than the Gol
(03/04/11) . Volkswagen plans to attract youth public with R$ 23,000 (US$ 13,500) model
Government will invest R$ 18 billion (US$ 10.5 billion) in public transport in 24 cities
(03/04/11) . Experts say that the resources designated to metropolis will still be expanded to develop the sector.
Trade Sales in Brazil ends 2010 with the highest accumulated in 10 years
(02/24/11) . The Brazilian retail’s trade Sales closed 2010 in 10.9% in comparison to the previous year and registered the highest accumulated in a decade, informed this Tuesday the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE, in Portuguese).