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Brazil's Arezzo launches share buyback program - filing
Arezzo Industria e Comercio announces interim dividend payment
Arezzo Industria e Comercio SA approves dividend payment
Arezzo Industria e Comercio SA is a Brazil-based company principally engaged in the footwear industry. The Company specializes in the design, manufacture, development, molding and sale of women’s footwear, bags and accessories. The Company's brand names portfolio includes Arezzo, Schutz, Alexandre Birman, Anacapri and Fiever. It distributes footwear through various channels, such as own and franchised stores, multi-brand stores and e-commerce platforms. The Company is present in Brazil and the United States. The Company operates through a number of subsidiaries, such as ZZAB Comercio de Calcados Ltda, ZZSAP Industria e Comercio de Calcados Ltda, ARZZ International Inc, ARZZ LLC and Schutz 655.
Rua Fernandes Tourinho
147, sala 402, Bairro Savassi
Anderson Lemos Birman
Chairman of the Board
Alexandre Cafe Birman
Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Thiago Lima Borges
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Corporate Affairs Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Marco Antonio Ferreira Coelho
Jose Ernesto Beni Bologna
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Amazon.com Inc is struggling to ramp up its operations in Brazil, a promising market that so far has proven difficult for the world's largest online retailer to crack, according to nearly twenty people with knowledge of the situation.
Amazon.com Inc <AMZN.O> is struggling to ramp up its operations in Brazil, a promising market that so far has proven difficult for the world's largest online retailer to crack, according to nearly twenty people with knowledge of the situation.
Brazilian shoemaker Dass Nordeste on Monday announced plans to raise around 1 billion reais ($300 million) in an initial public offering, joining a handful of companies trying to bring back last year's momentum.
Brazilian retail and consumer goods companies may post weak fourth-quarter results as the worst recession on record continued to hurt the sales and profitability of the country's largest brick-and-mortar chains, analysts said on Monday.
* Said on Tuesday its board of directors approved interim dividend payment totalling 11.3 million Brazilian reais ($3.5 million), corresponding to 0.1267 real per share
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