By Anna Kaiser, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As Brazil is emerging as one of the world’s largest financial powers, foreign companies are eagerly looking to expand in Latin America’s largest economy. However, the Brazilian market is exceptionally difficult to enter, ranking as the 126th most difficult country to conduct foreign business in a World Bank/IFC study of 183 countries.
Expanding in this difficult yet potentially prosperous market often requires a local consultant to facilitate the process. Based in Brazil, but founded by internationals, Europartner has . . .