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Ache: Brazilian domestic player to step up its game

Ache, the Brazilian branded generics specialist, has announced its intention to pursue an initial public offering in order to raise capital and remain competitive. The move reflects the growing interest in Brazil's burgeoning pharmaceutical market, and is essential if Ache is to compete with the considerable growth in both domestic and international players in the country.

Published By Datamonitor
17 Nov 2010
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An opportunity in Brazil: local hedge funds

The average Brazilian HNW investment portfolio has almost a quarter of its funds in alternative investments, with the popularity of the local hedge fund market a major motivation. The funds are more strongly regulated than their European equivalents and demand greater regulatory compliance, but this burden should not discourage foreign firms, given the demand for such products.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Nov 2012
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As Petrobras announces a $32 billion share issuance, the Brazilian government may tighten its grip

Petrobras, the Brazilian national oil company, is preparing to raise nearly $32.0 billion from minority shareholders. Combined with the $42.5 billion worth of shares issued to the Brazilian government in exchange for five billion barrels of proved oil reserves, this is the biggest share offering in history. However, Petrobras' future is dependent on its relationship with the Brazilian government.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Sep 2010
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Back to BASICs for India at Cancun

It's COP time again, and the world will resume its yearly chant about the need to address climate change. The baby steps taken in Copenhagen at the COP15 will be the focus of attention as most developed nations push to make these into more binding agreements. There will therefore be a lot of interest in the four BASIC countries - Brazil, South Africa, India, and China - and what they come up with.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Nov 2010
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CommentWire

Bayer: choosing Dendrite for salesforce support

Published By Datamonitor
13 Jun 2001
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BG Group: backing out of US and UK generation

With the sale of its US generators complete, barring regulatory sign-off, and a sale process underway for its remaining UK generation assets, BG Group is cutting the cable on its involvement in power generation as demand keeps falling. By selling plants to pure-play generation and infrastructure groups, BG Group will be able to grow its activities in burgeoning areas of the oil and gas sectors.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Apr 2010
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Big Pharma rushing for foothold in emerging markets despite challenges

Faced with dwindling growth rates in the US and Europe, drug companies are turning their attention towards emerging pharmaceutical markets where recent economic booms have fuelled double-digit growth. However, although the patient potential of these countries is enormous, foreign pharmaceutical companies are currently tapping into only a fraction of the market.

Published By Datamonitor
13 Mar 2008
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Bimbo: time to decide between North and South

Published By Datamonitor
20 Mar 2001
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CommentWire

Biofuels: production guarantee could allay environmental concerns

The Brazilian government has proposed a scheme whereby it would offer an environmental seal of approval for its biofuel exports. While this is a response to possible punitive measures against current production methods, the certification scheme provides an innovative approach to the biofuels problem, and offers fuel retailers a means of differentiating themselves from their competitors.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Feb 2008
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Brazil is booming and the wealth management industry is preparing for the rewards

The Brazilian Central Bank has announced that it has narrowed its current account deficit since April 2010 as a result of increased exports and less money leaving the country. With development in the north-east offering expansion possibilities for Brazilian industry and an increasingly prosperous population led by an emerging middle class, wealth management in Brazil is an emerging opportunity.

Published By Datamonitor
27 May 2011

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