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Positive trends in the Brazilian real estate market are expected to continue fueling investor interest and appetite, in spite of slowed growth in the country's economy. While Brazil has not been immune to turmoil in the global financial markets, strong nearand longterm economic drivers have allowed it to weather the storm better than most. Tourism, for example, has remained strong and will continue to flourish, particularly with the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Olympics. Also, the recent decision to develop offshore oil and gas resources shows long-term economic promise for investors and developers.

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