Sao Paulo Seeks to Grow Its ‘Creative Economy’ With Atlanta Ties

Better known as a commercial and financial hub in Brazil, Sao Paulo doesn’t have the same reputation for creativity and the arts as other Brazilian cities like Rio de Janeiro and Salvador.

Atlanta Fed’s Dennis Lockhart: World Can Learn From Latin America

Through prudent macroeconomic and fiscal policies, marked by loosened trade barrier and modest budget deficits, countries in Latin America have set upon a path to be modeled by the rest of the world, Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Dennis Lockhart said Aug. 21.

Brazilian Chamber Kicks Off ‘Succeed in Brazil’ Series

Brazil can be a daunting country for foreign companies to invest in, which is why the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of the Southeast has commissioned a three-part “Succeed in Brazil” seminar series designed to help U.S. companies enter the Latin American country.

Diversity Drives Fulton County’s Brazilian Bond

It’s one of the fastest-growing economies in the developing world, but business wasn’t the only reason Fulton County targeted Brazil for economic and cultural exchanges.

Market Uncertainty Dominates Atlanta Wind Conference

Wind companies expect the domestic market to slow down until at least the second quarter of 2013 amid regulatory uncertainty as to whether the US Congress will extend its production tax credit for the industry. A bipartisan panel of politicians urged Congress to extend the credit, which expires at the end of this year, at […]

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