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The Federal Republic of Brazil is the largest and most populous country in Latin America, occupying 47% of the territory of South America. It is the world's 5th largest country in area and in population. Brazil is 8.5 million square kilometers (almost 2.5 times of India) and home to 195 million inhabitants (less than one-sixth the population of India).

Brazil is a federal republic composed of 26 states and a federal district, with three tiers of government. Each state has its own government structure mirroring that at the federal level, and there are over 5,500 municipal councils. Voting is universal and compulsory for all literate citizens from 18-70, and optional for those aged 16-17 and over 70, or who are illiterate.

Brazi is now officially a middle-class country, with more than 45 million people having joined this class in past 10 years. Less than 12% of the population is poor and absolute poverty is a thing of the past.

Brazil is the largest producer in the world of coffee, sugar, oranges, soy, sugar cane, beef, poultry, tobacco and iron. Brazil is also the 6th largest world market of cosmetics, moving $9 billion dollars in sales annually. The Brazilian territory provides vast land for agriculture, an abundance in mineral resources and rich biodiversity, along with political and economic stability, an important guarantee for international investors.

Known as one of the world's most open countries, Brazil is enticing for its culture and the miscegenation of its population. It is a country seen favorably throughout the entire world, thanks to its friendly people and the absence of ethnic and cultural conflicts. More than a country in development, Brazil is a nation open for business.

 

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