South America offers tremendous opportunities for business, but don't assume that business and social practices are the same throughout the region. Whenever doing business in a foreign country it's always wise to prepare your printed material in the correct language. However, don't be tempted to put it all in Spanish and assume you can get by with that in Brazil. Wrong! In Brazil the official language is Portuguese and for the most part Brazilians do not speak Spanish. They don't speak ...

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