By Sam Green, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Everybody is talking about boom time in Brazil, and more and more foreigners are arriving in the country with the eighth largest economy in the world seeking to make the most of the opportunities. Helping them transition into the work-place is language school BridgeBrazil, which is focusing on helping clients arriving in Brazil who do not speak Portuguese.
Started in Rio in 1984, BridgeBrazil is an offshoot from its head office . . .