Oi: One Merger Please – About The Opportunity Of Brazilian Demographics

This article wants to explain the upcoming demographic changes in the Brazilian population. We want to show how these macro-effects will influence Oi's (NYSE: [[OIBR]]) market and strategies in the future.

Source: seekingalpha.com

Understand Brazil's demography and opportunities to your business

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How will Brazil's elections impact the global economy? AEI Visiting Fellow Roger Noriega explains what's at stake in the Brazilian elections, the candidates ...

Source: www.youtube.com

This is from an North American point of view, but it is worth watching if you intend or are already doing business in Brazil

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Source: www.unwomen.org

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