RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid Dubai's resorts and luxury hotels, one can see men in white tunics and women in black robes and hijab (a set of garments recommended by the Islamic doctrine), following the Islamic tradition, in one more example of how East and West blend together.
According to Brazilian Trade and Investment Agency (Apex-Brasil) chairman Augusto Pestana, the strategy of Brazilian entrepreneurs should be to internationalize their products and invest in the region.
"A big country like Brazil needs to be present worldwide, and Dubai is pivotal. It is a hub for the Middle East, for . . .