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The Brazilian Law On Homologation and Letters Rogatory

The Brazilian Law On Homologation and Letters Rogatory

By Sergio Sardenberg and Francisco A. Fabiano Mendes

Brazil’s recently inaugurated president Dilma Roussef, the first woman to be elected the country’s highest official, has taken over the awesome task of leading the world’s seventh largest economy, which has become a powerful magnet for traders and investors the world over.1 Among the main reasons for that attraction is Brazil’s expanding and diversified market of about 200 million inhabitants and its richness in natural resources, including enormous petroleum reserves that make it one of the world’s major exporters of that basic commodity. Moreover, Brazil’s thriving industrial sector is among the most modern and prosperous in the world.

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