Brazil's tourist market is one of the fastest expanding in the region, with huge potential. The country benefits from a variety of tourist attractions, such as the Igua?u waterfalls, the Pantanal wetlands and the Amazon rainforest. In addition, its stunning beaches attract visitors from across the world, while the nightlife in the cities of Rio de Janeiro, S?o Paulo, Salvador and Bel?m is a...
An uncooperative legislature, combined with the fallout from an ongoing corruption scandal at Brazil's state-owned oil company, will pose persistent headwinds for President Dilma Rousseff in the coming months. These factors will hinder policy formation and ensure that social instability persists, weighing on business confidence and economic growth.
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