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    Brazil

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    Brazil LOCATION OF BRAZIL Brazil lies between thirty five degrees west longitude and seventy five degrees west longitude. Brazil also runs between five degrees north latitude and thirty five degrees south latitude. Brazil is located in mainly the eastern part of South America. This country sits in mostly the southern hemisphere of the world. Being completely on the west side of the world, Brazil is not all in the south side of the world. With the equator running through north Brazil, a small portion

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    While conducting my research of the country of Brazil I found a land full of history, traditions, and cultures. There are many, instances that affect the current life style of the people of Brazil, from the geographical location of an individual to ever changing weather conditions. From the battles that where fought during the past, or the current government organization. They all play apart in the daily life of a citizen of Brazil. My goal for this paper is to bring an understanding of the Brazilian

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    Located in Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean with the total area at 8,511,965 sq km, is Brazil. Throughout time it has had a rich history that has not only effected but influenced its cultural dress. This Paper will cover Brazil's has a hot climate, diverse culture dew to slavery, and interestingly unique dress. As a result of its location, its climate is a tropical one, with flat rolling low lands, plains, and some hills. Some of the natural recourses of the area include: bauxite

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    impact on the Brazilian society in Latin America. Therefore, to gain understanding of Brazil's culture the characteristics of this nation's past and economy will be analyzed. According to the Library of Countries Studies, in 1822 Federative Republic of Brazil gained independence from Portugal to gain rights in regards to economic and social discrimination. economic and social discrimination. Politically, in determining if the liberation from Portugal was a positive effect on Brazilian society, one must

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    It is extremely imperative that the Sales team understand the importance of doing business in Brazil. The team must understand the culture, the way to conduct themselves in business meetings; they must understand business, greeting and social etiquette and the ramifications that go with it. The team should understand that a business meeting rarely began on time, and more often will take at least two hours (“Business Culture,”n.d). ​Their research should include the fact that Brazilians must know

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    In 1822, Brazil became a nation independent from Portugal. By far the largest and most populous country in South America, Brazil has overcome more than half a century of military government to pursue industrial and agricultural growth and development. With an abundance of natural resources and a large labor pool, Brazil became Latin America's leading economic power by the 1970’s. Brazil is located in Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean. It is slightly smaller than the U.S., with bordering

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    The similarities between the societies found in Brazil and those found in the Andean Highlands are relatively few. The Andean Highland dwellers were mostly Incas, found in greatest numbers in Peru. The inhabitants of Brazil were mainly concentrated around the Amazon River Basin area. The Andean Highland people consisted in large part of the Inca civilization (the name of the ruling family, not an ethnicity). However, the geographic location of these societies is not the only disparity that exist

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    Brief Background and History Brazil, fifth largest country in the world and in population is located in the eastern continent of South America. Making the largest country in Latin America, Brazil borders nearly every country in its continental region besides Chile and Ecuador. With its blessed biodiversity and landscapes, Brazilians take pride to be one of the world main attractions. In all its unique attributes, Brazil is the only country in the New World with the official language Portuguese. Portugal

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    The Nation of Brazil

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    Brazil was a colony owned by Pedro Alvares Cabral and Portuguese in the 1500s up until 1892 when they gain their independence. It is filled with many natural resources, such as iron ore, gold, oil, coffee, peanuts and timber. Brazil is identified with diversity and culture. The Brazilian people are classified as mestizos, descendants of Portuguese sailors and Native American and mulattoes, which are descendants of Portuguese and African slaves. The nation is also known for its beautiful tourist cities

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    The History Of Brazil

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    As a nation, Brazil has a long and eventful history, involving both its post-colonial status as an ex-member of the Portuguese imperial regime and the long term history of its pre-colonial indigenous tribes. Borrowing from information provided by Boris Fausto, a professor at the University of Sao Paulo in his book A Concise History of Brazil, it is clear that Brazil is a country confused in its post-colonial identity. While colonialism brought massive wealth and prosperity to a nation that is rich

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