Looking at Rio de Janeiro’s incredible landscape and sparkling social scene, it can be easy to forget that, at it’s core, Brazil’s second largest city is a bustling business town. With around 12 million inhabitants and more than 5 million tourists each year, Rio has burgeoned over recent years to become a hotspot for businesses looking to invest across sectors such as construction, energy and mining. And it’s really not difficult to see why interest in this diverse city is rising.
Thanks to a stable currency, awe-inspiring sites, a great climate and investment in eco-tourism, not to mention the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup, interest in this vibrant city looks set to soar over the coming months. If you’re looking to expand overseas, take a look at this guide to doing business in Rio de Janeiro from Capita Translation and Interpreting.
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