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Brazilian bio-industry should impress American investors

I just returned yesterday from a week's trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil, where I took, as their professor in an International Management-Latin America course, a group of executive MBA students (from Midwest companies like Baxter, Abbott, Hospira, Grainger, Motorola, AT&T) to the Sao Paulo Business School.

Sa......

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Although the city was founded by the Jesuit missionaries Jose de Anchieta and Manuel da Nobrega in 1554, it only began to flourish as a city in the 19th century when it played a key role in the first major exports of coffee. Coffee helped bring an important wave of Italian immigrants to the country in the late 1800s to work the large coffee plantati......

Full article >>> car production was stopped in 1979) (www.energysavingnow.com). It is estimated that about 70 percent of Brazilian cars and trucks are flex-fuel, and that 40 percent of Brazil's non-diesel fuel has been replaced by ethanol, according to a recent article in the Washington Post following Bush's visit.

The bioethanol industry has now created about 700,000 direct jobs in Brazil with another t......

Full article >>> lding sway over other Latin American governments such as Bolivia (Morales recently nationalized the Bolivian natural gas market).

Embracing Brazil

We had the opportunity to visit two Brazilian companies that are quickly internationalizing: Ambev (American Beverages which was the merger of two Brazilian beer companies which recently acquired the Canadian company Labatt's an......

Full article >>> rts on China and India, but Brazil is part of the group of BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China), which are considered fast-growing, highly populated countries that are ripe for foreign investment.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 05/22/07


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