5 key Investment Points
- BRIC Country
- Hosting World Cup 2014 & Olympic 2016
- Second Large producer of oil
- Stable Economy
- Security on investments and legal system
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Brazil enjoys one of the most stable economies in Latin America, with steady inflation, falling unemployment and interest rates at the lowest level in recent memory. Foreign direct investment is at an all time high and the private sector is booming as a result.
The impressive economic climate is in part due to Brazil’s political stability, as well as the Brazilian governments ongoing commitment to national infrastructure improvement. Brazil has seen successful global campaigns to raise its tourism profile in recent years, and tourism number are raising rapidly. Little wonder, considering the breathtaking natural resources the country has to offer; not to mention its unrivalled climate and miles of unspoiled palm-lined beaches.
Joao Pessoa is an ancient city, steeped in history and rich in culture. Founded in the 16th century, it is the third oldest city in Brazil, a fact still evident to this day in the city’s amazing array of baroque architecture, spectacular churches and ornate convents.
The city has a pleasing mix of old and new, with its buildings dating back to the XVIII century standing longside cosmopolitan bars and restaurants. Visitors can trawl markets selling traditional Brazilian handicrafts by day, and dance the night away in nightclubs playing the best modern samba.
Joao Pessoa is the capital city of the state of Paraiba. It is known as the “city of the first light” due to its geographical location: as the eastern most tip of South America, it sees the sun rise before anywhere else on the continent. Its tropical location also ensures its landscape is pure paradise, with miles of white sandy beaches on its coast and seven square kilometres of forest inland., it is said to be the second greenest city in the world after Paris. The climate is an enviable 27 degrees all year round.
Paraiba is one of the most beautiful states in Brazil, home to the picture postcard beach scenes taht the country is renowned for. Its mix of tropical coastline and cities of culture make it a highly popular holiday destination.
This region is experiencing rapid growth and is attracting domestic as well as international interest. Paraiba is set to offer some of the most impressive returns on investment in the next few years. The state’s existing natural beauty, coupled with the planned investment and development, has resulted in Paraiba becoming one of Brazil’s most exciting areas for investment an tourism.