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2006 September | John Baeyens

From the monthly archives:

September 2006

Brazil opening up

September 29, 2006

Good news, it would take me too long explaining what it takes to trade shares and currencies from Brazil; telling you that a simplification of the process is more than welcome should tell enough.  Wondering though what the impact an a possible outflow of money could be.  Better keep a close eye on the Real […]

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Ouch

September 29, 2006

The truth hurts. But unless Mr Lula da Silva – if re-elected – revitalises reform his second term will be another disappointment. 

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Rio night-racing

September 28, 2006

After 10 pm you are supposed to cross the right lights at crossing points.  Reason: risk of beig robbed or car-jacked if you stop.  So yes, this means both sides actually cross; when you see these movies you understand why I shiver and shake everytime I cross those red-lights.  Yes, a new rage in Rio […]

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Olympic games 2016

September 28, 2006

I’m betting on Madrid though…

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links for 2006-09-28

September 28, 2006

Sair sem calcinha The new fashion.

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Brazil’s positioning

September 27, 2006

I wished Lula or Alckmin would have written the below paragraph; it would make me feel more reassured on the proceedings after next Sunday. Paragraph comes from Michael Lindenmayer however; a person I’m looking forward to work with in the hopefully near future: Brazil’s social structure is broken down into a small highly skilled elite, […]

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Google maps Brazil

September 27, 2006

Carioca users of Plazes might have noticed it: Google maps now comes with detailed street maps allover Brazil.  Expect a true explosion of new tools in Brazil based on these maps.  I’m especially looking forward to a local version of Curbed in Sao Paulo and Rio.  Anybody?  And of course this is excellent news for […]

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