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Foreign Investors May Acquire Hospitals In Brazil
Law No. 13097, of January 19, 2015 (Law 13097/2015), which amended Law No. 8080 of September 19, 1990 (Law 8080/1990), allows the direct or indirect participation of foreign capital companies in the health care business in Brazil.
Brazil
22 Jan 2015
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The Central Banks Of Brazil And Uruguay Sign Agreement For Payments In Local Currencies
On October 31, 2014 the Central Banks of Brazil and Uruguay signed the Agreement for the establishment of the System of Payments in Local Currency (Sistema de Pagamentos em Moeda Local - SML), to facilitate and enhance the trade of goods and services between the two countries.
Brazil
5 Nov 2014
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Switzerland Is No Longer Black-Listed In Brazil
As from January 1st, 2014, Switzerland may be deemed to be a viable jurisdiction for foreign companies that intend to invest in Brazil. As from January 1st, 2014, Switzerland may be deemed to be a viable jurisdiction for foreign companies that intend to invest in Brazil.
Brazil
25 Jun 2014
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The End Of Another Barrier To The Entry Of Foreign Currency In Brazil
The Brazilian Government decided to withdraw another obstacle to the entry of foreign capital in Brazil.
Brazil
9 Jul 2013
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Brazil Eliminates The IOF On Foreign Investments On Fixed Income
As of June 5, 2013 the Brazilian government decided to attract and foster the return of foreign investors to the Brazilian market by reducing from 6% to zero the applicable rate of the Tax on Financial Transactions (IOF) on fixed income instruments,
Brazil
6 Jun 2013
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Currency Swap Between Brazil And China
The Central Bank of Brazil (Banco Central do Brasil – Bacen) has been duly authorized to perform currency swap transactions with central banks of other countries, within the limits and under the conditions set by the Brazilian Monetary Council
Brazil
29 Mar 2013
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The Legal Effects Of International Tax Treaties In Brazil
The Second Chamber of the Brazilian Superior Court of Justice (Superior Tribunal de Justiça – STJ) recently ruled that international conventions signed by Brazil with the government of other countries for the avoidance of double taxation with respect to taxes on income (Tax Treaties) shall prevail over the domestic income tax legislation in the case of a foreign company contracted by a Brazilian company for the provision of services to be performed abroad without transfer of technology .
Brazil
11 Jun 2012
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The Bilateral Agreement Entered Into Between The Central Banks Of Brazil And Argentia
According to Communiqué No. 21,124, of Mary 31, 2011, issued by the Department of International Matters of the Central Bank of Brazil ("Banco Central do Brasil" - Bacen), Bacen signed a bilateral agreement with the Central Bank of Argentina ("Banco Central de la Republica Argentina") for the ongoing operations of international trade in services which are necessary in connection with the performance of civil engineering works for the construction of infrastructure and industrial plants, includin
Brazil
2 Jun 2011
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The First Non-Sponsored Brazilian Depositary Receipts - Level I - to be Traded in Brazil
On April 28, 2010, the Brazilian Securities, Commodities and Futures Exchange (BM&FBOVESPA S.A – Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias e Futuros – BVMF) announced that the first 10 Non-Sponsored Brazilian Depositary Receipts (BDRs) Level I, which represent stocks issued by foreign companies that are traded in Brazil, will be: Apple (click link below to read more)
Brazil
6 May 2010
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Intermediation of Operations and Offering of Securities on the Internet
The amazingly easy transmission and virtual dissemination of information offered by the Internet has made possible for institutions performing in the securities intermediation business to offer their services to clients residing in any foreign country irrespective of any physical representation in the country. This means of communications has been a concern for regulatory authorities in several jurisdictions due to the difficulty to actually oversee and monitor Internet transactions, especially
Brazil
28 Nov 2005
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