Last year, Brazil’s government unveiled a promising agenda aimed at promoting a healthier business environment--cutting payroll taxes for manufacturers and electricity tariffs, and even rolling out a plan for privatizing infrastructure. While Brazil awaits the long-term results of these new policies, businesses are forced to operate under much less favorable circumstances--namely, the combination of red tape, heavy taxes, expensive credit, creaking infrastructure and an overvalued currency known as custo Brasil. Many believe larger structural reforms are needed to ensure long-term success: This special report on Brazil addressed issues such as - what role does innovation play in driving economic growth? What business models create high value in a turbulent economy? The report includes interviews with leading businessmen and policy makers such as Franco Bernabè, CEO of Telecom Italia, Carlos Zanvettor, CEO of Contax ( one of the largest IT and Contact Center companies in Latin America) and Marcelo Castelli, CEO of Fibria, one of the world's largest paper and pulp companies.
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