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Living in Brasilia

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Brasília, the Brazilian capital city, is a real architectural masterpiece. As the country's economic, administrative and higher education hub, it attracts expatriates in large numbers every year. Private companies and financial institutions provide many professional opportunities.

On moving to Brasília, you will also discover an impressive historical wealth, surrounded by a modern urban landscape.

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Fortaleza's economy is mainly based on trade, industry and tourism. It is known to be a developing economy for a few years. The city hosts many hotels

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