Empreenda Fácil: São Paulo's newest effort aimed at minimizing the bureaucracy and time involved in opening a company in Brazil.
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While Brazilian law requires certain contract clauses be drafted in 12-point font or larger, the same requirement does not apply to advertisements.
Brazil's accession to the Apostille Convention last year has made doing business in Brazil a bit easier for foreigner investors.
Starting on May 2, 2017, businesses in Brazil can be formed with a single shareholder (EIRELI) that is either an individual or a company.
Allowing debt-ridden companies to sell their assets without the debt affecting the purchase price is one new measure aimed at boosting the Brazilian economy.
The Brazilian economy may be on shaky ground, but some of Brazil's largest companies are looking for deals to help make their businesses grow.
Oi SA is reportedly in merger talks with TIM Participações. If the deal goes through, it would create the largest telecom company in Brazil.