By Leila Monteiro Lins
Brazil is one of Latin America's most enticing markets, boasting stable mining, manufacturing and agricultural sectors as well as a dynamic, innovative science and technology industry. Economically secure, with a vast and well-educated workforce, Brazil offers Canadians an attractive investment environment with room for substantial growth.
'How To Do Business in Brazil' is an annual event, in its 7th year, developed by the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce to provide vital information to Canadian investors and business executives with interest in doing business in Brazil.
Doing Business in Brazil
By Fernando Pieri | Photo: Fernando Pieri, lawyer and Consultant at HLL
Following the trend of numerous countries concerned with sustainable development as well as environmental protection, Brazil has been moving to strengthen the implementation of new methods of producing clean energy in the national territory. Public policy prepared by the central government in recent years has supported an upward trend in the use of renewable energies, especially solar energy.
Various studies have shown that the demand for energy...
Guidelines on How to Approach and Enable Investments in Key Sectors with the participation of BNDES
The Brazilian Government is seeking to attract foreign investment with planned investments of $250 billion in highways, railways, ports and airports to correct structural imbalances from the past. Key Road Shows have already taken place in London and New York, with Gleisi Hoﬀmann, Ministry Chief of Staﬀ,accompanied by Luciano Coutinho, President of BNDES.
In order to communicate and disseminate the opportunity available to Canadian investors and chamber members, the Brazil Canada Chamber...
Doing Business in Brazil
By Fernando Pieri
Brazil offers all facilities for opening your business on its territory. Would you like to open a branch of your company in Brazil? Brazil allows the opening of branches of foreign companies, without any participation of Brazilian individuals or legal entities, or you can, not needing any prior government approval, opt to run a new company with Brazilian participation in it. The dividend to be remitted to Canada, as a reward for participating in a Brazilian...
BRAZIL ART EXHIBITION IN TORONTO
Date: From August 27 to September 2, 2012
Location: City Hall - Toronto - Promoter: Tania Nutall
Support: Solange Escosteguy
The photos provide a good sample of the beauty and diversity of the Brazilian geography. They depict also the multiplicity and mixture the Brazilian people is made of.
The painters reveal, by their turn, a mix of techniques and a diverseness of themes that is representative of the Brazilian culture too.
Six photographers and seven painters:
Avi Neto, Beto Jardim, Carlito Palmeira, Christiano de Araujo, Denise Militzer,...
Would you like to do business in Brazil? Send your questions to:
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.hll.com.br
ONE TAXATION FOR INVESTMENTS ABROAD
By Ingrid Coifman
In the midst of recovering from a global economic crisis, Canadian entrepreneurs are strengthening their relationship with Brazil; with the intention of finding a new place for their financial resources, without sacrificing legal certainties, profitability and favourable tax treatment. This issue celebrates Discover Brazil’s launch of a new section, designed to explain in simple terms,...
HOW TO DO BUSINESS AND INVEST IN BRAZIL - 2012
June 6th - Trump International Hotel & Tower - Toronto
The Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation, invites you to an exclusive breakfast event and discussion on the growing business and investment opportunities in Brazil for Canadian companies.
8:30 – 9:00 - Registration & Networking
9:00 – 9:05 - Welcome Greetings
Raul Papaleo, President, Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce | www.brazcanchamber.org
9:05 – 9:15 - Opening Remarks
9:15 – 9:35...
SEMINAR: BEST - BRAZIL EXCELLENCE IN SECURITIES TRANSACTIONS
Toronto - June 7 - Fairmont Royal York
BEST BRAZIL: Excellence in Securities Transactions is an initiative aiming at promoting the Brazilian capital and financial markets to the international investor community by means of road shows to the most important international financial centres. This year there will be two road shows: New York and Toronto in June and Seul and Tokyo in September.
The BEST BRAZIL events are a joint initiative of the Brazilian most prominent market institutions ANBIMA - Brazilian Financial and Capital...
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN INVESTING IN BRAZIL?
Event: Private Equity and Venture Capital Exclusive Lunch
When:: May 22, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Venue: Ontario Investment Trade 250 - Yonge Street, 35th Floor, ON M5B 2L7
The Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) invites you to participate in the event "Private Equity and Venture Capital Exclusive Lunch" with the presence of:
- Martin Pose, from Tozzini Freire Advogados (Law Firm)
- Robert Linton, from ABVCAP's (Brazilian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association)
The lunch seminar will bring the latest...
By Rosana Dias
Pitú, a well know brand of “cachaça”, wants to introduce Canada to the most famous Brazilian national drink: Caipirinha and its simple and fool-proof recipe which consists of lime juice, sugar and ice-cubes and of course, “cachaça”. The mix has an unique and exquisite flavour that has a taste of Carnival and Samba.
To what extent depends on Peter Mielzynski Agencies (PMA) Canada - one of the largest importers in Canada of beverages such as this, and other recipes for caipirinha, which use passion fruit, strawberry and kiwi, and are guaranteed to be a success. After...