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Water reuse in Brazil : a strategic reference, 2006

Author: Philip M Parker
Publisher: [San Diego, Calif.] : Icon Group International, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This report provides a detailed overview of factors driving latent demand and accessibility for water reuse in Brazil.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip M Parker
ISBN: 9781429499361 1429499362
OCLC Number: 173611962
Notes: Title from PDF cover (viewed Oct. 2, 2007).
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
1 INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY --
1.1 WHAT DOES THIS REPORT COVER? --
1.2 HOW TO STRATEGICALLY EVALUATE BRAZIL --
1.3 LATENT DEMAND AND ACCESSIBILITY IN BRAZIL --
2 WATER REUSE IN BRAZIL --
2.1 LATENT DEMAND AND ACCESSIBILITY: BACKGROUND --
2.2 LATENT DEMAND: ASPECTS OF INTEREST --
2.2.1 Market Profile --
2.2.2 Industrial Market for Water Reuse --
2.2.3 Legislation --
2.3 ACCESSIBILITY: THE STRUCTURE OF COMPETITION --
2.3.1 Local Competition --
2.3.2 Presence of U.S. Companies --
2.3.3 End-User Analysis --
2.3.4 Trade Shows in Brazil --
3 MACRO-ACCESSIBILITY IN BRAZIL --
3.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY --
3.1.1 Government Role in the Economy --
3.1.2 Infrastructure --
3.2 POLITICAL RISKS --
3.2.1 Economic Relationship with the United States --
3.2.2 The Political System --
3.3 MARKETING STRATEGIES --
3.3.1 Distribution Channel Options --
3.3.2 Agents and Distributors --
3.3.3 Franchising --
3.3.4 Direct Marketing Options --
3.3.5 Joint Ventures and Licensing Options --
3.3.6 Creating a Sales Office --
3.3.7 Selling Factors and Techniques --
3.3.8 Advertising and Trade Promotion --
3.3.9 Pricing Issues --
3.3.10 After Sales Service and Customer Support --
3.3.11 Selling to the Government --
3.3.12 Intellectual Property Risks --
3.3.13 Hiring Local Counsel --
3.3.14 Performing Due Diligence and Checking Bona Fides --
3.4 IMPORT AND EXPORT REGULATION RISKS --
3.4.1 Taxes and Fees Assessed on Imports --
3.4.2 Customs Regulations --
3.4.3 Import Licenses --
3.4.4 Export Controls --
3.4.5 Documentation Required for Trade --
3.4.6 Temporary Goods Entry Requirements --
3.4.7 Labeling and Marking Requirements --
3.4.8 Restrictions on Imports --
3.4.9 Standards --
3.4.10 Free Trade Zones and Warehouses --
3.4.11 Membership in Free Trade Arrangements --
3.5 INVESTMENT CLIMATE --
3.5.1 Openness to Foreign Investment --
3.5.2 Conversion and Transfer Policies --
3.5.3 Expropriation and Compensation --
3.5.4 Dispute Settlement --
3.5.5 Political Violence --
3.5.6 Performance Requirements and Incentives --
3.5.7 Right to Private Ownership and Establishment --
3.5.8 Protection of Property Rights --
3.5.9 Transparency of the Regulatory System --
3.5.10 Bilateral Investment Agreements --
3.5.11 OPIC and Other Investment Insurance Programs --
3.5.12 Labor --
3.5.13 Capital Outflow Policy --
3.5.14 Major Foreign Investors --
3.5.15 Efficient Capital Markets and Portfolio Investment --
3.6 TRADE AND PROJECT FINANCING --
3.6.1 Banking System --
3.6.2 Foreign Exchange Controls Affecting Trade --
3.6.3 General Availability of Financing --
3.6.4 How to Finance Exports and Methods of Payment --
3.6.5 Availability of Project Financing --
3.6.6 Banks with Correspondent Banking Arrangement --
3.7 TRAVEL RISKS --
3.7.1 Travel Advisory and Visas --
3.7.2 Infrastructure for Conducting Business --
3.7.3 Country Data --
3.8 KEY CONTACTS --
3.8.1 Brazilian Government Contacts --
3.8.2 Brazilian Trade Associations and Chambers of Commerce --
3.8.3 Market Research Companies --
3.8.4 Commercial Banks --
3.8.5 U.S. Mission in Brazil --
3.8.6 Attorneys in Brazil --
3.8.7 U.S. Government Agencies --
4 DISCLAIMERS, WARRANTEES, AND USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS --
4.1 DISCLAIMERS & SAFE HARBOR --
4.2 ICON GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. USER AGREEMENT PROVISION.
Responsibility: edited by Philip M. Parker.

Abstract:

This report provides a detailed overview of factors driving latent demand and accessibility for water reuse in Brazil.

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