By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - While there are a handful of multi-national jobs that surround a foreign employee with English speakers, the vast majority of Brazilians naturally speak and work in Portuguese. In a challenging business environment, as the country has long had the reputation of a high "Brazil Cost" ailed by bureaucracy, learning the local language is the first step towards working successfully here.

Many international entrepreneurs looking to

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