Brazil plans to invest in research and innovation by putting money into a new research fund managed by the Capes Foundation.
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High interest rate business loans from Brazilian banks have created new opportunities for financial technology companies to lend money to smaller borrowers.
Brazil is seeing signs of economic progress, including Central Bank estimates of interest rates hovering in the three to four percent range for 2017-18.
Brazilian President Michel Temer has floated the idea of relinquishing the government's "golden shares" to minimize government control in private companies.
Despite internal economic and political crises playing out across Brazil, one thing has remained stable: foreign direct investment.
To combat corruption, Brazil's Central Bank has updated its policies regarding the withdrawal of large sums of cash.
Empreenda Fácil: São Paulo's newest effort aimed at minimizing the bureaucracy and time involved in opening a company in Brazil.