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A stock imager of Rio de Janeiro to accompany article about how to register a company in Brazil

Govt Slashes Time Taken to Register a Company in Brazil

Three online solutions established by the Brazilian government to facilitate the easy formation of startups have contributed to the average time taken to register a company in Brazil being more than halved in the space of three years. According to the Brazilian Ministry of Economy’s Special Secretariat for Debureaucratization, Management and Digital Government, on average …

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Ipanema in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Latin America

Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Latin America in 2021

Many of the most expensive neighborhoods in Latin America saw prices per square meter rise in 2021, representing a measure of recovery from dented real estate prices seen in 2020 due to the global pandemic. According to a study by Properati – a real estate platform active in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Uruguay – …

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Streamline Operations with Payroll Outsourcing in Brazil

If you are doing business in Brazil or planning to enter Latin America’s largest market, you may find that payroll outsourcing is a good option for your business. Because when you choose payroll outsourcing in Brazil, you relinquish a considerable administrative burden and enjoy the benefit of guaranteed compliance offered by the provider.  Furthermore, if …

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Quito has the cheapeast property prices among 14 cities that appeared in a survey of Latin America real estate prices

Quito is Cheapest Major City for Latin America Real Estate

One of the cheapest major cities for Latin America real estate is Quito, according to a recent study, with the average price per square meter in the Ecuadorian capital just $1,225.  The study included 14 major cities from nine countries around the region, with Colombia’s capital Bogota coming out as the second-cheapest thanks to average …

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