Snowballed issues and regulatory hurdles stall critical imports at Brazilian doorways

The already known lengthy bureaucracy undertaken by regulated imports in Brazilian ports and airports has been causing visible damages to the Brazilian market and population. An understaffed health surveillance agency (ANVISA), the usage of outdated systems and processes and recurrent strikes by tax authorities, as well as an overwhelming demand combined with inefficient infrastructure are […]

News: acquisition of rural land in Brazil by foreigners

The long story about the acquisition of Brazil’s rural land by foreign companies or their subsidiaries moves on to a new chapter this week with Minister Marco Aurélio’s Supreme Court ruling suspending the effects of the decision from the Comptroller-General of Justice of the State of São Paulo that allowed such kind of acquisition. To […]