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Suzlon to set up 218MW wind power project in Brazil - Energy Business Review

Suzlon to set up 218MW wind power project in Brazil - Energy Business Review

Suzlon Energy, through its overseas arm Suzlon Energia Eolica do Brasil, has secured an order from Martifer Renovaveis, an industrial group, to set up, operate and maintain a 218MW wind power project across the Brazilian states of Ceara and Rio Grande do Norte.

The company will deliver 104 units of its S88-2.1MW wind turbine for the project, which is scheduled to be commissioned in phases by June 2012.

Iberdrola to Buy Brazil’s Elektro for $2.4 Billion - Businessweek

Iberdrola to Buy Brazil’s Elektro for $2.4 Billion - Businessweek

Iberdrola SA agreed to buy Brazil’s Elektro Eletricidade e Servicos SA for 1.77 billion euros ($2.38 billion), gaining power distribution in an economy expanding at the fastest pace in more than two decades.

Spain’s biggest utility will own 99.68 percent of Elektro, which supplies electricity in Brazil’s most populous state of Sao Paulo, the Bilbao-based company said yesterday. The assets were sold by Ashmore Energy International Ltd...

Brazil urged to upgrade its 'poor' infrastructure - International Business Times

Brazil urged to upgrade its 'poor' infrastructure - International Business Times

With two major international sports events, 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games, scheduled to be held in Brazil in the next five years, it’s high time the country should improve its “substandard” tourism infrastructure, according to the Brazil Tourism Report Q1 2011, released recently...

Doing Business In Brazil: Brazil On The Move   | GoBusinessArticles



The following is an excerpt from a paper written for Accenture Consulting by Roger Ingold and Gil de Souza. The paper discusses the rise of Brazil as an emerging economic market and powerhouse.
“Flown on a regional airline recently in the United States or Europe? It’s likely you were on an Embraer aircraft — designed and built in Brazil. Grilled chicken on the Fourth of July? There’s a good chance the poultry was Pilgrim’s Pride brand, now majority-owned by JBS, the Brazilian meat processor. Have a Budweiser at that barbecue? These days, that’s a taste of Brazil too. The iconic American beer brand belongs to Anheuser-Busch InBev, the billion Belgian-headquartered company, most of whose top management team hails from Brazil.Brazil is a global player to be reckoned with...


Doing Business In Brazil: Brazil On The Move | GoBusinessArticles

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New Job Sectors 'Dazzling' in 2011 - Lemon Grove, CA Patch

New Job Sectors 'Dazzling' in 2011 - Lemon Grove, CA Patch


Unemployed and underemployed workers who are "sick and tired" of being "sick and tired" can jump-start their careers in 2011 if they are willing to do their part to keep up with changing times.
Half the world's population is expected to be speaking English by 2015.

Brazil's Credit Boom Could End in Tears - BusinessWeek

Brazil's Credit Boom Could End in Tears - BusinessWeek


Consumer credit has shot up fivefold since the end of 2002. Now Brazil's leaders are moving to head off  subprime-style crisis...

Vietnam is World’s most optimistic: Brazil not far behind- Society - TuoiTreNews

Vietnam is World’s most optimistic: Gallup - Society - TuoiTreNews


More than 70 percent of the Vietnamese people joining the survey believe that 2011 will be a year of economic prosperity for their country.
Meanwhile, 67 pct of the French believe that the number of unemployed will increase sharply in 2011.
On average, 49 pct of those interviewed in the survey believe that 2011 will be a year of economic prosperity.
The majority of Brazilians (61pct) believe in their job stability, slightly higher than last year’s 54pct and similar to the rest of the world (62pct)...

The rocky road to Rio: What shippers need to know about doing business in Brazil – DC Velocity

The rocky road to Rio: What shippers need to know about doing business in Brazil – DC Velocity


The "Road to Rio" is a busy one these days. Brazil sailed through the global economic recession relatively unscathed, and its economy is more stable today than perhaps at any time in its history. A growing middle class has sparked demand for housing and retail goods. All of this has combined to make Brazil one of the world's few economic bright spots—and a very attractive market for manufacturers, retailers, and the businesses that serve them...

How to do business in Brazil between Christmas and Carnival?

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It's common to hear that business in Brazil closes down between Christmas and Carnival. This article will give you some ideas about how to keep your business rolling during this period of the year...

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