Brazil is an exciting emerging economy and a Latin American powerhouse.
Brazil's Congress is tackling several fronts to facilitate business from work reform to pension reform to tax reform.
In the coming years, Brazil will privatize dozens of state companies including banks, the phone company, electricity, and even the postal service.
A large scale public-private partnership will take place to upgrade the country's infrastructure in ports, railroads, airports, roads, sanitation.
States that have historically been the most plagued by inequality have shown the greatest growth within the Brazilian economy, such as the state of Ceará, with a reduction of over 50% in crime rate and students from public schools ranking among the highest in national exams.