Guide to Doing Business in Brazil
24 November 2016
Mayer Brown Brochure
Due to expectations for Brazil’s economy to recover over the next few years, the country has been drawing interest from governments, corporations and business executives worldwide. However, unfamiliarity with laws and business culture in Brazil can cause potential investors to hesitate.
“Guide to Doing Business in Brazil” was developed as a way to provide understanding of the nation’s dynamic economy. This guide was written by Brazilian lawyers at Tauil & Chequer Advogados and contains information and insight on several areas, such as: the economic, political and legal system, foreign investment, types of business entities, investment in publicly held companies and capital markets, taxation, employment and benefits, intellectual property, environmen¬tal law, competition legislation, dispute resolution methods, compliance and white-collar crime, and real estate.