One has to accept that Brazil has growing pains and inflation i just one of them actually a sign of growing economy. Inflation driven in part by everyone (global industires) wants to be in that market and are buying realestate and services as they enter that market place. Of course there are bottle necks like port facilities and other infrastructure and one hears of massive infrastructure builds like new port facilities. So looking out some years this is a good sign and market to be in. As a big commodity exporting nations Brasil like Canada and Australia are affected by weaker demand in recession times abroad, and all that will end sometime. I would add Brazil has significant industrial sector and a growing market from all accounts and even is into aerospace. so like this one long term. time will tell.