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A strike by Federal Police workers is causing processing delays for some foreign nationals trying to complete registration procedures or extend business visits in Brazil, as well as entry and exit delays at ports of entry. Services for Brazilian citizens, including passport issuance, have been suspended due to the strike.
The Defence Export Unit (DEU) will be an exhibitor at the Latin America Defence & Security International Exhibition (LAAD) to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from the period 9-12 April 2013.
In this issue; South America targets Aussie tourists; Launch of the 2012 Business Excellence Awards; In the spotlight - Neil O'Sullivan, NOJA Power; Bilingualism volunteers needed to research; Brazil and Chile's universities rate highly; Argentina cancels double tax treaty with Chile; Profile: Helix Resources; Mexico - one of the best emerging markets; Foreign investors nervous about Argentina; Colombia doubles its middle class; Venezuela joins Mercosur and a number of dates for your diary
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The 2012 Australia-Latin America Business Excellence Awards are now open and all members are encouraged to apply.
In an increasingly volatile and somewhat pessimistic economic environment, a frantic search is taking place for the ‘El Dorado’ of
Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs workers have resumed visa and legalization processing, but continue salary negotiations and could strike again if salary demands are not met.
This year the G20 Leaders Summit was held in Los Cabos, Mexico, on June 18 - 19. The G20 has gained great relevance in the last years because of the agreements achieved, especially because its members represent around 90% of global GDP, 80% of global trade and two-thirds of the world’s population.
If ever proof was needed that Australia’s relationship with the countries of Latin America has taken on new dimensions in recent years, the inaugural Latin America Downunder conference, held in Sydney on May 22-23, was it. More than 320 delegates from business, government, academia and media were present at the Sheraton on the Park, a turnout that was both proof of the current strength of the relationship and the latent opportunities still on offer.
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