By Vânia Maciel, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With it's thriving economy and growing middle class, Brazil is becoming more attractive to foreign investment. To do business in Brazil however, it is essential to set up a registered company, and while new options exist it is not a process free of legal hurdles.

Permanent visa holders and naturalized citizens are, as a rule, permitted to set up a company, however to get a permanent visa depends on the fulfillment . . .

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