Brazil’s economy, which expanded by 7.5% last year, remains an attractive prospect for foreign investors. Yet for those doing business in the country, the picture is not entirely rosy. Paying tax is becoming a much more difficult and precarious business. As the revenue authorities adopt a more aggressive stance, companies are increasingly facing the risk of controversy and litigation. Reuben Bard-Rosenberg investigates.
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