DMC & Incoming Tour Operator to Brazil and all of South America BIT 25 Years

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In addition to the traditional political structures, many non-governmental organizations in Brazil dedicate themselves to issues such as the environment and human rights.

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Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, behind Russia, Canada, China, and the U.S.A., with an area of eight and a half million square kilometers.

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Brazil's first Constitution under the Republic (1891) established a presidential system and three independent powers: Executive, Legislative, and Judiciary.

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Before setting up business in Brazil, be sure to check out the legal requirements with a local specialist. Many of the Chambers of Commerce can help you to find the right information and contacts.

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Brazilian agriculture is one of the most strategic economic sectors for the consolidation of the economic stabilisation programme, which started with the Real Plan in 1994.

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As the name implies, B.I.T. has a highly specialised department for meetings, congresses and incentive events. Our success in the European Market requires the highest Quality Standards and Creativity, and is a result of our great concern to fulfil our clients expectations and our smooth organisation of the programs.

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In the period between 1995 and 1998, Brazil’s exports totalled US$ 198.3 billion, reaching a record level of US$ 53 billion in 1997. In turn, during the same period, the accumulated import total reached US$ 222 billion, also achieving its maximum level in 1997: US$ 61.4 billion.

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Brazilian products and services are less competitive in terms of price and quality, both in the domestic and the international markets...

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Brazilian industrialisation has its apogee between the end of the 1970s and beginning of the 80s.

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If you are thinking of investing in Brazil...here are the pros and cons

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Brazil has long been saddled with large foreign debts, and has been vulnerable to external crises throughout the last decade, but the stabilization of the currency and rapid growth of exports have significantly improved the future prospects.

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We have organised a group with guaranteed departure that you could call a “Brazil Course”. It is a a one-week travel package where participants will have the opportunity to make interesting contacts and learn about how to do business with Brazil... Don't miss it!

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Brazil´s economy has traditionally been based on the export of natural resources and agriculture. Recent years have brought a significant increase in exports with major successes in beef and chicken, soya beans and even aircraft (not to mention soccer players!). New discoveries of oil reserves mean that Brazil will soon be self-sufficient.

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