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    • BUSINESS COMMUNICATION COUNTRY-BRAZIL
    • BRAZIL
    • Introduction-Brazil
      • Also known as “Federative Republic of Brazil”.
      • Capital-Brasilia.
      • Previous Capital –Rio de Janeiro(1822-1960).
      • Climate- , Brazil hosts five major climatic subtypes: equatorial, tropical, semiarid, highland tropical, temperate, and subtropical.
      • Population- 190,732,694 as of 2010.
      • Ethnic groups- 48.43% White 43.80% Brown(Multiracial) 6.84% Black 0.58% Asian 0.28% Amerindian
    • Introduction-Brazil
      • Government-Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic.
      • Languages spoken:
      • 1.Official Language-Portuguese.
      • 2.Indigeneous Languages- Apalaí , Arara, Bororo, Canela, Carajá, Caribe, Guarani, Kaingang, Nadëb, Nheengatu, Terena, Tucano, Tupiniquim
    • TIME FACTOR IN BRAZIL
      • Brazilians follow a flexible timing schedule in the capital city of Rio de janeiro.
      • Time is respected in Sao Paulo.
      • Hurdles in Time Management in Sao Paulo:
      • 1.Improper traffic conditions.
      • 2.This causes the people being delayed.
      • Hence they start well in advance to meet their timing deadlines.
    • Names And Titles
      • The first names are not used by Brazilians upon meeting.
      • The order of names is given as name, then surname.
      • Eg: George Ferriera.
      • In the first meeting people are addressed as Senhor/Senhorita. With familiarity they can use the first name.
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    • Communication-Business and Non Verbal
      • Business Communication:
      • In business world men greet by shaking hands.
      • It is important to handshake everyone in the group.
      • Women greet each other by kissing on each cheek with what is known as “air kiss”.
      • Business cards are exchanged during meetings. Translating cards into Portuguese is appreciated.
    • Communication
      • Non -verbal Communication:
      • 1.Upon meeting, a formal manner is expected.
      • 2.One should have a direct eye contact.
      • 3.One should avoid the ‘A-OK’ gesture which is considered obscene.
      • Humour as an important aspect:
      • No jokes or comments on religion.
      • Do not be surprised if audience asks questions or talk with each other during speech.
    • Dress Code
      • For Men:
      • Dark Suit and classic tie in Sao Paulo.
      • More casual dress code is followed in Rio.
      • For Women:
      • Business dress code for women is suit.
      • Trouser suits are very popular.
      • Avoid wearing flashy colored clothes
    • Greeting VIP’S
      • Greeting the VIP’S in the beginning of the speech is considered as a portray of respect.
      • The Brazilians consider this as a customary act.
    • Toasts
      • To make a toast say ‘Saude’.
      • We are supposed to reply as ‘Saude’.
      • Amongst friends we say ‘Tim Tim’.
    • Other points to Remember
      • Sensitive issues related to public minorities must be avoided in Brazil.
      • Expect Lively participation in the question and answer sessions.
      • The Brazilians are very enthusiastic in learning new things
    • Some Portuguese words
      • Some of the Portuguese words are given as follows:
      • 1.Hello – Hellos.
      • 2.Goodmorning-BomDia
      • 2.Good Afternoon-Boa Tarde.
      • 3.Good Night-Boa Noite.
      • 4.Sorry-Como.
      • 5. Please-Por Favor
      • 6.Good Bye-Tchao.
    • OBRIGADOS - ADITYA.N.GAWADE ABHINAV PATHAK SHASHANK MISHRA AMARDEEP PRASAD