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.
Looking for the best places to visit in Brazil in 2019? The Ministry of Tourism highlights this year’s favourites with Ceará taking top position.
Fortaleza is one of the top places in Brazil for startup businesses and foreign direct investment surged last year. Find out more here
The uptick in the economy and the new flight hub mean great things for the market for second homes in Ceará, forecast to boom over the next few months.
Ultra-high net worth in Brazil grew by 28% in 2017 with a similar rise forecast for the next 5 years. Read on to discover the assets on the millionaire radar.
The new Air France- KLM flight hub at Fortaleza Airport plus cruise ship agreements and a shift in trends bring new horizons for Ceará tourism in Northeast Brazil.
The historic low in Brazilian interest rates since mid-2017 has sparked fierce competition among banks striving to attract clients. As a result, analysts expect the Brazilian property market to see supply drop dramatically by the end of this year.
Low interest rates and improved market conditions lead to booming investment in Brazilian real estate funds, a trend set to last for at least 2 years.
2017 set records for international tourism in Brazil and the country looks set for more of the same in 2018 after the introduction of the e-visa.
After a strong 2017 with increases in launches and sales, analysts are predicting an excellent year for the Brazilian property market in 2018.