Is it time to turn to Brazil?

As the Olympic flag passes from London to Rio de Janeiro, UK investors will be asking themselves if they should be putting some of their money into Brazil, an exciting emerging market. The country’s economy has already overtaken that of the UK to become the world’s sixth largest, and its status as a budding economic… Read more »

Investors join the Rio Carnival

Our Olympics may be over, but for Rio de Janeiro the party is just getting started. Brazil has won the right to host the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics, which promise to bring in billions through tourism, infrastructure development and improved global relations. It’s not just foreign investment that is flowing into the… Read more »

Brazil – an investment success story

A stable economy, a burgeoning domestic market and huge untapped reserves of natural resources have led foreign investors to become increasingly interested in Brazil as an investment destination although there are challenges to sustaining this attractiveness according to Ernst & Young’s first annual Brazilian Attractiveness Survey. The survey combines an analysis of foreign direct investment… Read more »

Capturing the momentum

Brazil leads the attractiveness scores in Latin America, according to Ernst & Young’s first Brazil attractiveness survey. Almost 7 out of 10 business leaders declare the country as the most attractive place to establish operations. Our survey emphasizes the strong footprint of Brazil on the global map and its key strengths, while highlighting the need… Read more »

Development of Brazil’s Natal ‘will attract investment’

Natal, in north-east Brazil, is set to be one of the host cities during the 2014 FIFA Football World Cup and new development here is picking up speed. A variety of new infrastructure is being created ahead of the sporting event, such as new roads, bridges, an international airport and shopping centres. Dean Thomas, managing… Read more »