Brazil: Companies with Foreign Capital to Submit Declaration with Central Bank by November 1, 2011
Brazilian companies that debtors of credit granted non-residents with an outstanding balance of US $ 1,000,000 or higher, as on December 31, 2011, are also subject to the above requirement.
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Nair & Co. provides an integrated solution in the HR, finance, tax, compliance and legal arenas making a company’s overseas operations less risky, stress free and more strategic. It currently has 740+ client operations in over 50 countries with offices in U.K., India, China, U.S., Japan and Singapore. Nair & Co. was named among the top 100 outsourcing services providers in the world by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP).
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