Doing Business in Paraná Londrina

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Syllabus of the Subject: Foreign Trade and Doing Business in Paraná Curitiba (Brazil).

  1. Introduction to the State of Paraná (Brazil)
  2. Paranaense economy and foreign trade
  3. Doing Business in Curitiba and Londrina
  4. Case Study:
    1. Cacique Coffee (Café Pele)
    2. Positivo Group
    3. Dixie Toga
The Subject (e-learning) “Doing Business in Paraná” is part of the following Higher Education Programs taught by EENI (Business School) and the Hispano-African University of International Business:
  1. Professional Master's Programs (Online): International Business, America, BRICS Countries
  2. Doctorate in Business in America
  3. Courses: Brazil, South America

Languages of study Higher Education in English + Tertiary Education in Spanish Brasil Study in Portuguese Brasil Post-secondary Education in French Bresil.

Credits of Subject “Foreign Trade and Doing Business in Paraná (Brazil)”: 0.5 ECTS Credits

Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Doing Business in Paraná - Curitiba:

  1. Paranaense economy is the fifth largest in Brazil, constituting 6.1% of the Brazilian GDP
  2. Parana represented 7.3% of the Brazilian exports and kept the fifth place in the Brazilian ranking among the exporting states
  3. China and Germany were the main markets for export products
  4. Argentina, Nigeria, and China were its largest importers (3.9 billion dollars)
  5. Parana state has a privileged geographical position in relation to the main Brazilian and the Latin American Markets
  6. Brasilia and Buenos Aires are less than 1,300 kilometres and even at smaller distances are the main economic centres of the countries of the MERCOSUR
  7. Paraná is located in the centre of a region with more than 220 million people
  8. The municipalities of the metropolitan region of Curitiba stand out among the largest economies in the State of Parana
  9. Inside the State of Parana, Londoner and Maringá stand by the firm presence of agribusiness and services, as well as the mouth of the Iguaçu, which stands for activities related to the tourism and the production of electricity; on the coast, Paranaguá stands out port activities
  10. The Paranagua port, 91 kilometres from Curitiba, is the largest port in Southern Brazil. The port moves cargo from several Brazilian states and countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay
  11. The State of Parana is one of the largest generators of electricity

Sample of Subject - Trade and business in Paraná:
Brazil Coffe Pelé



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