Super-cheap Beachfronts and Sound Economics.
If you're in the market for cheap beachfront property, this is the place to shop. Crime is the country's biggest drawback, but south from Ceara to Natal, you can enjoy super-cheap coastal buys in safety.
Brazil is self-sufficient for fuel and making a continued big push for bio-fuel (from cane), even passing legislation requiring car manufacturers to modify vehicles to run on it. Indeed, investment opportunity abounds here, with plenty of land, and an idea climate and geography for growing one of the world's burgeoning investment commodities: coconuts.
Furthermore, Brazil stands out as unique in this part of the world. It has managed to maintain a socialist government while sticking to sound 21st-century business and economic policies. One of our editors' top picks both for lifestyle and investment.
Note that Americans need a visa to visit Brazil.
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