In Brazil, a Break Through Investment Model in Affordable Housing
August 6, 2012 Editor 0
Publishers note (FSG). There are important lessons for African Governments.
Economic growth in Brazil has enabled the country to be among the largest economies in the world. However, Brazil has a housing deficit affecting 28.5 million people, mainly in low income markets, with Sao Paulo State having the greatest housing deficit representing approximately 1.48 million houses.
- Brazil to build first algae-based biofuel plant
- Finding Value in Waste
- Buying Behaviors of Emerging Middle Classes: How new consumers in developing nations choose their brands
- Insights into plant growth could curb need for fertilizers
- Shelter – BOP need
- What the 1 Percent (of Capital Markets) Could Do for Impact Investing
Subscribe to our stories
- Device that recycles vaporized water from power plants wins MIT $100K May 28, 2019
- Why Do Foreign Investors’ Attitudes toward Women Matter? May 28, 2019
- When less is more: coordinating innovation in open versus closed source software development May 28, 2019
- Social entrepreneurship: an emerging market perspective, some fresh evidence from Ghana May 28, 2019
- Influence of personal traits on social entrepreneurship intention: an empirical study related to Tunisia May 28, 2019