Business Environment Outlook

May 2011
Brazil Tourism Report;Q2 2011, Issue 2, p24
Industry Profile
The article focuses on the issue of travel and tourism business condition of Brazil. Comments regarding the issue of domestic security risk rating, risks such as conflict, terrorism, and physical safety is analyzed. Statistical information regarding the Latin America's business and security ratings provided by Business Monitor International (BMI) are also discussed.


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