Brazilian diaspora

Brazilian Diaspora

Brazilian diaspora

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The Brazilian diaspora refers to the migration of Brazilians to other countries, a fairly recent phenomenon that has been driven mainly by economic problems that have afflicted Brazil since the ending of the military dictatorship in the 1980s.


There are an estimated 1.5 million Brazilians living abroad, mainly in the U.S. (250,000), Paraguay ( 420,000), Japan (210,000), United Kingdom (100,000), Portugal (40,000), Suriname (80,000), Italy (35,000), Switzerland (25,000), Angola (30,000), and another 100,000 are living in other European countries. Nowadays, emigration from Brazil is slowing down, due to the country's increasing rate of economic growth.

United States

There were an estimated 246,000 Brazilian Americans as of 2007.Major concentrations are in New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Georgia, Florida and California.

West 46th Street has historically been a commercial center for Brazilians living or visiting New York City. In 1995 the city officially recognized it...
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