Brazilian president, Michel Temer, is seeking to attract more foreign investment and visitors to Brazil through a new visa waiver program. The aim is to help Brazilian tourism as well as the Latin America’s largest economy out of its worst recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
The Brazilian government is considering a waiver of visa requirements for visitors from the United States, Japan, Canada and Australia to boost Brazilian tourism, and the plan could eventually be extended to include China, according to a spokesman of the Tourism Ministry.
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