As Brazil prepares for the 2014 World Cup, sports fans worldwide are eager to buy seats. For disabled and obese fans, special seats will be available.
For the first time since Brazil's antitrust Law 12.529/11 went into force, the regulatory authority, CADE, issued conditions to two international mergers.
Brazil's Bolsa Família, the social welfare program that provides federal assistance to poor Brazilian families in poverty, causes chaos throughout Brazil.
May 3rd marked the anniversary of the enactment of Brazil's infamous labor law (CLT), a point of controversy with employers who seek freedom of contract.
Brazil has signed the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), which will become effective for Brazil on April 1, 2014.
Efforts to modernize Brazilian ports and allow for private investment open greater opportunities for foreign investors seeking opportunities in Brazil.
With modernization projects on the rise, the Brazilian government seeks changes to its immigration policies to attract skilled immigrant workers.
Government bonds in Brazil do exist, but so too do fraudulent documents created by con artists. Word to the wise: be careful what you buy.
Brazil joins its neighbors Argentina and Uruguay in legalizing gay marriage. For gay rights activists, the controversial decision is a huge step forward.
The penalties in Brazil for driving drunk just got a bit stiffer (Lei Seca). Many are now questioning whether it makes sense to even have a single drink.