Brazilian legislation on the taxation of investments abroad will undergo major changes if Bill 4.173/23 is approved in its entirety. These changes could impact the way Brazilian investors and companies operate and invest in assets outside the country.
On September 26, 2023, the Ministry of Health (“MoH”) announced the new strategy for strengthening the health economic industrial complex, applicable to medicines, APIs, vaccines, diagnostic reagents, treatments and health services (“New CEIS Policy”). The Brazilian government estimates R$42.1 billion in investments (new Growth Acceleration Program - “PAC” for the CEIS, via public and private funding).
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In this e-book, we summarize what you need to know about the text of the Tax Reform to be considered by the Senate and how Machado Meyer can help you identify the impacts of possible changes for your business.
The Strategic Master Plan (PDE) outlines principles and guidelines for São Paulo's urban development policy, aiming to order the development of the city's social functions and socially fair and ecologically balanced use. Check out what will change with the revision of the PDE, sent for Mayor Ricardo Nunes' signature at the end of June 2023.
Check out the innovations brought by CVM Resolution 160, which comes into force on January 2, 2023
The regulation of enterprises with environmental impact, such as tailings and waste dams resulting from extractive and industrial activities, has undergone constant evolution over the years, especially because of the recent events involving such structures.
Brazil has the potential to become one of the largest producers and exporters of green hydrogen. In this article, we discuss policies and incentives that can stimulate the growth of this market in an orderly manner.
As it is a business decision, analysis of the justification for the processing of personal data according to the scenarios provided for in Article 7 of the LGPD should involve the IT area and people who have decision-making power at the company.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made companies accelerate the implementation of sustainable practices. Organizations that conduct their business based on values and purpose, respecting their workforce and the environment, will take the lead in resuming economic activities.
The new form of the coronavirus, called SARSCoV-2 and causing covid-19, was first discovered in Wuhan, China, in November of 2019.
Law 13,709 / 18, named Personal Data Protection Law (PDP) establishes strict rules for the protection of personal data. The PDP will enter into force 18 months after its official publication, occurred on August 15.
On November 14, 2017, three days after the Labor and Employment Reform coming into effect, President Michel Temer issued a Provisional Measure amending the original bill sanctioned on July 14th, 2017.
After approximately 2 months and 178 amendment requests, the Brazilian Senate approved the labor reform bill of law last Tuesday (07/11/2017) without any change to the original text submitted by the House of Representatives. There were 50 votes in favor, 26 in opposition, and 1 abstention. As there were no changes suggested by the Senate, bill of law no. 38/2017 will now be sent for the sanction of the in-house President Michel Temer.