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June 6, 2012

Brazil’s family business sector is largely composed of small-sized firms – only 15% of the country’s family businesses are large. But this is likely to change as rapid growth, despite a slowdown in 2011, has made Brazil’s economy bigger than the UK’s. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading Brazilian family businesses in an interactive graphic.

Brazil’s family business sector is largely composed of small-sized firms – only 15% of the country’s family businesses are large, according to consulting firm DS Consultoria Empresarial e Educacional. But this is likely to change as rapid growth, despite a slowdown in 2011, has made Brazil’s economy bigger than the UK’s. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading Brazilian family businesses in an interactive graphic below.

March 24, 2010

Carlos Slim became the richest man in the world last week, making him patriarch of, arguably, the most successful family business in the world. However, his succession planning is yet to be tested, write Alexandra Sharpe and Shonali Sashikant

Carlos Slim became the richest man in the world last week, making him patriarch of, arguably, the most successful family business in the world. But while he clearly has the knack for making money, his succession planning is yet to be tested, write Alexandra Sharpe and Shonali Sashikant.

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