June 14, 2010
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
It’s nice to be back in Brazil again… if you haven’t been to this country, I highly recommend that you check it out.
Brazil is one of the largest countries on earth in terms of both land mass and population (over 200 million); consequently, there is tremendous diversity. The capital city of Brasilia is completely different than the tourism hub of Rio de Janeiro, which is completely different than the commercial center of Sao Paulo.
As a nation, though, it has an incredibly bright future, mostly due to its substantial economic prospects. This is what I want to talk to you about today because it’s one of the reasons that I think Brazil should be on your radar for planting multiple flags.
Remember, when you’re considering foreign jurisdictions, it always makes sense to plant flags in countries that have strong economies– they will be the least likely to change their policies and deteriorate.
Below I outline the reasons why I expect Brazil to maintain its economic power in the future, which is why it is should be on your radar for multiple flags, especially residency, citizenship, banking, property, or investment: