Friday, October 12, 2007

In Brazil, the shareholders are not responsible for the company’s liabilities.

On how to set up business in Brazil

With qualified professional advice, a well-prepared market plann and a good tax strategy, investments in Brazil can be rewarding, say Mr Gilberto Ayres Moreira and Mr Fabio Appendino , Partner and Associate attorney-at-law, respectively, in Gaia, Silva, Rolim & Associados ( http://www.gaiasilvarolim.com.br/), a law firm based in Brazil.

The firm is active in several areas of corporate legal services, “such as environmental protection, restraint of trade, mining, shipping, aviation, oil and gas, finance, insurance, communications and telecommunications regulations.” Apart from a team of more than one hundred professionals, in key Brazilian cities like São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba and Brasília, the firm also draws on the support of correspondents in many foreign countries.

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