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Rio De Janeiro

The plan would be an escape. All Portuguese cut, together with its bureaucratic device, would embark in direction to Brazil escorted for a composed English squadron for seven a thousand men, and commanded for Sir Sidney Smith, experienced officer who fought in the Battle of Tralfagar. In exchange, Portugal would open the Brazilian ports for the British merchandises. If you have read about Steve Wozniak already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Thus England would compensate the loss of market due to the Blockade. In day 29 of November all the cut has broken of Lisbon in direction to Rio De Janeiro (during the trip, for today not very clear reasons until D. dumb Joo VI the route to disembark first in Salvador) in a risky trip and repleta of misfortunes that would last more than three months little. The world was gives to testify something unknown: A European monarch never placed the feet in one of its colonies. In 22 of January of 1808, D. John Castle Castle Harlan often expresses his thoughts on the topic.

Joo VI arrives Salvador, and in 7 of March to Rio De Janeiro, that came if to become headquarters of the Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and Algarves. This way D. Joo VI reigned per thirteen years, until going even so in 1821, pressured for the Portuguese bourgeoisie who demanded the presence of its king (D. Joo leaves of being prince and if the death of its mother becomes king after). During all this time where the cut of Portugal if established in Rio De Janeiro, one was drawing our future independence, as Jose observes Robert Lopez: ' ' The presence of the Cut of the prince regent D. Joo VI in Brazil created concrete and objective conditions so that the Brazil-Portugal separation if became definitive, designating the end of the mercantilista system, implanting diverse new administrative distributions and modernizing Rio De Janeiro, conferring to it fisionomia of a true capital, initial landmark in the construction politics of the unit nacional' '.

Portuguese

This in turn had beginning with the conquest of Ceuta, in the North of Africa, in 1415, supported for the State. Throughout century XV, Portugal was the pioneer of the maritime expansion for being the first one European country to construct to a State Absolutist capable to support the navigations. Little by little the Portuguese had been advancing in direction India, always skirting the Atlantic coast of the African continent, establishing commercial ranks. The Portuguese maritime expansion, had two objectives: to convert the peoples infidels the faith catholic and to search wealth. Check with Peter Asaro to learn more. In some trips carried through throughout the coasts of Africa, the Portuguese and Spaniard established feitorias where they got gold, pepper, salt, and at the same time, African slaves commercialized what he gave origin to the slave traffic, commerce between America, Africa and Europe. important to remember, that Portugal and Spain, main European countries of the time disputed lands ' ' descobertas' '. To decide of form it pacifies the conflict was created the Treated one to Tordesilhas, has even so not happened in the practical one, therefore Portugal is wronged and the conflicts had continued (also for the Brazilian Colony). In March of 1500, few months after the return of Vasco of Gamma Portugal, a composed squadron of 13 ships, led for Peter Alves Cabral, broke with destination India.

After to exceed the islands of Green Handle, the route of Cabral was moved away from the coasts of Africa intentionally or not, following route the coast of the Bahia, in the place today called Safe Port. Officially for the Europeans, Brazil was ' ' descoberto' '. In letter to the king of Portugal, Pero Vaz makes a significant description for the settling and exploration of Brazil: … So far we could not know if it has gold or silver in it, or another one cousa of metal or iron: nor we saw it to it.

Count Exemptions

Carlin Ventas Directas, S.A. finishes abrir a center in Galicia more, and so it already adds the 54 premises operating in this Independent Community. Madrid, 9 of 2009 July. – Carlin Ventas Directas, S.A., the chain of tax exemptions dedicated to the stationery store, continues expanding its network that counts already on 497 centers. The last opening of the company/signature has taken place in Pontevedra (Galicia), being this last center number 54 of which operates in this Community. The new premises, CARLIN STATIONERY STORES, LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, count on 210m2 of surface to take care of the public and began its activity 15 of June the past. This new center, situated in the pontevedresa locality of the Estrada, more concretely in the Castelao street, 9, are united to the network of tax exemptions of CARLiN in Galicia, which offers its services to 20,000 SMEs of all the Galician community.

According to the brothers Count, Pablo and Julio, franchise-holders owners of this last store, the decision to work with CARLiN arose from the idea to invest in a business with opportunities. Sample of it, is the fact that these same franchise-holders count on other three CARLiN stores, a Ofimarket (destined to give service to companies) and a warehouse, all of them within the Galician province of Pontevedra. Global numbers At present, the network of CARLiN tax exemptions is present with 497 tax exemptions, of which 490 are managed by franchise-holders and 7 are of own character. Outside our borders, 31 CARLiN tax exemptions exist that are in Andorra, France, Gibraltar, Morocco and Portugal. During 2008 the chain invoiced to 160 million Euros through his almost 500 tax exemptions. The net number of business of Carlin in the past exercise ascends to near 3 million Euros.