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Why Brazilians Buy

Why Brazilians Buy

Results from a number of recent studies indicate what drives the purchase decisions of Brazilian consumers

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Latin America’s Media Landscape 2015-2017

Latin America’s Media Landscape 2015-2017

A glimpse into the near future based on current trends.

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Millions of Brazilians Use the Internet to Plan Travel

Millions of Brazilians Use the Internet to Plan Travel

A study from comScore shows that 16.5 million Brazilians visited travel sites in July 2012, a new record.

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The Future of E-Commerce in Latin America

The Future of E-Commerce in Latin America

América Economía magazine and Visa have produced a report with some compelling facts and figures about where buying online is headed in Latam.

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Brazil’s Best Sellers

Brazil’s Best Sellers

A review of a wide range of recent studies shows which products Brazilian consumers can’t resist.

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What Latin American Shoppers Want

What Latin American Shoppers Want

Fresh intelligence shows what’s important to shoppers from Latin America and what it means for marketers, advertisers and media professionals.

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5 Ways to Reach Colombian Internet Users

5 Ways to Reach Colombian Internet Users

New research from comScore and other sources offers marketers, advertisers and media professionals some ideas for reaching this rapidly growing audience.

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The 7 Hottest Products Among Latin American Shoppers

The 7 Hottest Products Among Latin American Shoppers

We analyzed the results of several studies to offer some compelling data that could be useful for media, marketing and advertising professionals.

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Brazil’s Online Ad Spend to Grow by 40% in 2012

Brazil’s Online Ad Spend to Grow by 40% in 2012

An IAB Brazil report details the impressive growth of Internet advertising as Brazil becomes the world’s #7 Internet market.

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