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  • 83% of Brazilians buy brands in line with your personal values
    São Paulo – In a world where political issues are increasingly present, is difficult to escape the debate and keep "above the Mute". Environmental issues, LGBT rights issues, questions about immigrants, about animal rights issues: after all, the marks should address such problems and position themselves clearly or must remain neutral, away from the public debate?
  • Maersk will make container transportation by land in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay
    The shipping company Maersk will initiate service activities and transportation of goods in containers by land in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. "We're no longer just a transport line, completely reformulate our company and develop an integrated network of trucks, railroads, terminals and ships," said the Chief Executive Officer of Maersk East Coast South America, Antonio Dominguez, through of note. In this way, the company will offer a set of solutions, management and supply chain services, including customs dispatches, tracking of goods, inventory management and handling terminals. In addition, a network of trucks, railroads and ships to move goods in containers in the world.
  • Barbecue Mania network happens to operate in airports
    With 65 units distributed between São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Paraná and Minas Gerais and concentrated in shopping malls, the restaurants barbecue Mania network Prime Steak House started to operate also in airports. The terminals of the Galleon, in Rio, and Guarulhos, in Sao Paulo, were chosen for this new front. Investments total R $3.5 million.
  • Randon consolidates growth and sees expansion in Automotive Division
    With expectation of economic stability in the country, Randon, largest manufacturer of road equipment in South America, approaching a more sustainable level of sales. At the same time, the auto business is expected to continue gaining relevance in the group. "In 2018, we can
  • BC holds 6.5% Despite the Selic in weak economy
    Even with rate fall short for economic activity, the monetary policy Committee (Copom) of the Central Bank (BC) decided unanimously to keep the basic interest rate (Selic) to 6.5%.
    

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