RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The possibility of living in another country based on the purchase of a property moves billions per year in parts of Europe and the United States, but this reality is very far from the national market.
A year after its launch, the so-called Brazilian 'gold' visa has not yet taken off.
The initiative features a distinct name and demands, but it was inspired by Portugal's "gold visa". However, when taking stock of this first year, the Brazilian results could not be more distant from the Portuguese.
From October last year to this year, Brazil . . .