Anyone fighting the red tape has earned my admiration.
Brazilians Welcome U.S. Fast-Food Chains in Slow TimesU.S. restaurants see opportunities among middle-class consumers despite Brazil’s economic downturn
Banking on better times ahead, U.S. companies are taking advantage of the down market to woo new franchisees, snag bargain leases and expand while many local operators are pulling back. The draw: a Brazilian middle class estimated at more than 100 million people, many of whom love to eat out and have an affinity for U.S. brands.
“A churrasco in a burrito at a price you can afford!”