In this section of the BRIC Group news section, you will find our latest news posts and articles about Brazil. This section covers a variety of topics related to the country generally. These include the Brazilian economy and news about population growth. You will also find news about tourism and statistics for the Brazilian property market. In addition, there is information specific to Northeast Brazil with particular emphasis on the state of Ceará. This features news about the local economy, employment and investment opportunities in the area. All the Brazil news comes from reputable sources including global news agencies such as Reuters and Bloomberg plus official Brazilian organisations such as the Brazilian Tourism Ministry, the Brazilian statistical office (IBGE in Brazilian) and the Brazilian Central Bank.
Major investment projects arrive in the Ceará coastline, now heralded as the new Brazilian Cancun and the place to be in Northeast Brazil.
December ended a strong year for the Ceará property market when the number and value of sales grew. Analysts expect further consolidation in 2018
Air France-KLM-GOL hub announces further flights from Fortaleza Airport connecting Ceará to eastern Europe and Asia plus more cities in Europe.
With low interest rates and diminishing stock, Ceara property market looks set for a busy year. Discover why experts say now is the time to buy.
With record steel exports and huge contribution to Ceará trade balance, Pecem Port consolidates its position as a key industry in Northeast Brazil.
Read why the latest cut in Brazilian interest rates to the lowest ever is good news for economy generally and the property market in particular.
Ceará authorities have announced more flights to Fortaleza from 2018. This together with 2,450 extra flights at Christmas augers well for tourism.
The latest global wealth report finds that Brazilian millionaires are to increase 81% by 2022 with significant effects for the luxury market.
Read how figures for the autumn herald a new season for tourism in Ceará, set to become a worldwide tourist hub in the very near future.