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Top destination for expatriation, Porto Alegre is deemed to be a modern city, hosting a subway network as well as several green spaces.

Bordered by the Rio Guaíba, it is one of Southern Brazil's major port cities, attracting professional expatriates and international students in large numbers. As a major higher education hub, Porto Alegre provides quality training due to the presence of prestigious universities.

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The Brazil guide

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You will need a work visa if you want to do an internship in Brazil. Citizens of some countries planning to do an internship for a period of 90 days m

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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