Execs in Brazil Outearn US and Europe

By Amy Skalmusky, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Although not always a day at the beach, being an executive in Brazil does have advantages.  Recent studies reveal that CEOs and executives in São Paulo earn more than their American and European counterparts. This new report seems to reinforce Brazil's ascension onto the international stage with record economic growth.

A chief executive in São Paulo can on average expect to take in US$620,000 a year, not . . .

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