Category Archives: History

Isolated Amazon tribe reappears in remote Peru and Brazil, are they trying to join us? Amazing videos.

When a group of Indians from the Mashco-Piro tribe, one of the world’s most isolated, made ​​contact with people in a village in the region of the Peruvian Amazon, they ordered food, ropes and machetes, according to local authorities. The tribe of Indians were filmed in June trying to cross a river in southeastern Peru. [...]

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The origins of the brazilian passion for the ”hips’… from the 70′s dancers to the fruit women of the ‘carioca’ funk music

It’s not merely by chance that Brazil is known, among other reasons, as “the country of the A**”. Besides the peculiar genetic of the Brazilian Women, the history of show business has always been marked by tupiniquim girls (most known Brazilian Indian tribe, synonym for Brazilians) who have dared and proudly raised the banner of [...]

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Dilma Rousseff’s visit to the US 2: visa waiver program, end of double taxation and oil production chain in Brazil

The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff arrived on Sunday at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, USA, with an optimistic expectation about the trip and the meeting with US President Barack Obama. The Presidents Rousseff and Barack Obama agreed to allow U.S. and Brazilians citizens traveling between the two countries to do that without visas. In [...]

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The unfair brazilian tax burden: a must read for everyone interested in investing or moving to Brazil

The Brazilian tax burden, the sum of the collection of all federal, state and municipal governments, grew 341.6% in the last decade. But the country occupies the 54th position among the countries that give the greatest return to the citizen. The 40.01% of the tax burden in Brazil is only behind countries like Sweden, Norway, [...]

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Brazil At Risk Of Becoming One Big Petrobras

From Forbes Magazine – It’s probably not the biggest risk Brazil faces, but it is worth noting that the one true magnet that’s attracting all of that foreign capital flowing into Brazil is due to just one company: oil and gas rich Petrobras (PBR). Brazil’s foreign investments, in fact, are rather dependent on it. Without [...]

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“Olha o Globo!” – Brothers, Biscuits & Beaches

(with Two Brothers in the background) Ask any beach-going Brazilian that has been to Rio de Janeiro what images come to mind when they think of Rio and I’d bet Biscoito Globo is one of them. The famous doughnut-shaped powder biscuits are as common a sight as the sunbathers in Ipanema applauding the beautiful sunsets, [...]

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