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Rossi Residencial SA CEO Leonardo Nogueira Diniz resigns
Rossi Residencial SA announces changes in the shareholding
Rossi Residencial SA appoints CFO
Rossi Residencial SA is a Brazil-based company involved in the real estate sector. The Company is principally engaged in the development, construction and sale of residential and commercial real estate properties. In addition, it is involved in the subdivision of land and provision of civil engineering services. As of December 31, 2011, the Company had four subsidiaries, including Astir Assessoria Tecnica Imobiliaria e Participacoes Ltda, RCI Consultoria de Imoveis Ltda, Rossi Consultoria de Imoveis Ltda and Rossi Industria de Artefatos de Concreto Ltda, as well as a number of joint ventures, such as Argentea Empreendimentos SA, Damacena Empreendimentos SA, Minulo Empreendimentos SA and Nicandra Empreendimentos SA, among others.
Rua Henri Dunant
873 - Conj. 601 a 605, 609 e 610
Luis de Oliveira Perego
Chairman, Independent Director
Joao Paulo Franco Rossi Cuppoloni
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Fernando Miziara de Mattos Cunha
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer
Luciana Rossi Cuppoloni
Renata Rossi Cuppoloni
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An indicator of homebuilding activity in Brazil hovered near the lowest levels on record in November as a prolonged recession eroded the confidence of potential homebuyers.
Brazil's housing starts rose in November at the fastest pace in five months, an industry group said on Wednesday, partly reflecting an improving economic backdrop and quicker issuance of permits following long delays earlier in the year.
Brazil's housing starts rose sharply in November in a sign that homebuilders are bullish on the prospects of the country's economy emerging from its worse recession on record, a real estate research report showed on Wednesday.
Brazil's government and homebuilders are nearing an agreement on new industry rules giving companies the right to keep a defined share of the value of the home in the event of a canceled purchase, according three people briefed on the matter.
The Brazilian government and representatives of construction and real estate companies have postponed a meeting scheduled for later on Tuesday to discuss a new framework for home sales cancellations, according to a person briefed on the matter.
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