Brazilian businessmen will visit the country between August 16th and 20th, looking to promote trade and bilateral investment.
The visit will take place as a stop in a trade tour covering Venezuela, Peru and Panama, and will be headed by the Brazilian Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, Miguel Jorge. Each stop will feature business workshops, business tables and meeting with authorities.
Investing in art can be a refuge for your money, but it can also be a source of serious losses if there are flaws in the authentication of each piece.
An article in El-nacional.com details various methods that can be used to ensure the authenticity of works of art, noting the recent recuperation in Miami of a stolen artwork whose author is presumed to be Matisse.
The country's infrastructure is not growing as fast as foreign investment.
A victim of its own success. This is how the country's Minister of Public Works, Federico José Suárez, describes the situation, seeing that the rapid growth over the last four years has not affected all sectors of the economy in the same way.
Road infrastructure is a case in point. The backlog in respect to building construction is becoming increasingly evident, and to solve this problem, the government will invest $20,000 million, of which more than $5000 million is designated for the expansion of the canal in 2014.
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