By Xiu Ying
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Many people were happy with Xiaomi's arrival in Brazil through official channels. At the opening of the branded store in São Paulo, people were queuing for 45 hours for a chance to buy discounted products from the producer. Everything seemed very promising, but the Chinese brand has now found trouble not long after its opening.
The Consumer Protection and Defense Foundation (Procon-SP) published a note on Tuesday, June 25th, stating that it had conducted an inspection at Xiaomi's store in São Paulo on June 19th, and found issues . . .