Foreign investors are returning to the Brazilian market – The latest statistics published by the Central Bank of Brazil show a strong increase since April 2018. Banco Central do Brazil stated that from January until may in 2019, Brazil attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows of more than US$28.1bn (€24.8bn).
Fortaleza will receive about R $ 1.5 billion in public investment. The main areas that the government aims to cover are Health, Education, Social Protection, Culture, Sport, Urbanization, Environment, Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility.
Good news for Ceará as the Ministry of Tourism, Sebrae and Embratur are launching a new program to benefit the tourism sector.
Find out why the results of a Bloomberg survey suggest you invest in emerging markets in 2019 and why Brazil is the shining star on the horizon 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.
Latest figures for the Ceará economy show expansion at almost double the national rate with strong prospects for agriculture and industry this year.
Investment in Ceará moves up another level with the two major health hubs bringing cutting-edge technology and highly skilled staff to the state.
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.