MRV vai construir imóveis para a faixa que ganha entre zero e três salários

25 de janeiro 2011

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Focada em imóveis populares, sobretudo para famílias que ganham entre três e seis salários mínimos, a mineira MRV vai começar a analisar terrenos para construir empreendimentos ainda mais baratos. Ignorado até então pelas grandes incorporadoras, o segmento não tem se mostrado viável. Com a sinalização do governo de que haverá reajuste nos valores do programa Minha Casa, Minha Vida, a MRV e outras empresas, antes reticentes, começam a mudar de ideia. “Nosso foco não será esse, mas vamos fazer as oportunidades que surgirem. Não acredito que vai ser mais do que 5% do nosso negócio nunca”, diz Rubens Menin, presidente da MRV.

Fonte: Estadão

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  • Sunmi disse:

    that my reason was to anaompccy my partner and that I did not have a job at the time. The reason I did so was because I had 2 other people I know do the same things when their partners (not husbands) had been transferred with work and they were given the B1/B2 6month visa (which seemed better than a 3month visa waiver). I applied for the B1/B2 visa under my Japanese passport in Tokyo at the US consulate (I had moved there for just under a year), but I was denied for not having enough reasons to stay in the country and I looked like I would immigrate to the US.Fast forward to now, my boyfriend still does not know when he will be going to the US with his work, however, I am still keen to go over. I also have an Australian passport. Now that I’ve been rejected for a B1/B2 visa already, if I want to go to US to look for a job and apply for an E3 visa, is it better to apply for the Visa Waiver Program with my Australian passport and look for a job? The problem here is, I’m concerned that Immigration won’t let me into the country if I look like I’m trying to apply for a job AND if I’ve already been rejected for a visa (I have to declare on the visa waiver form if and when I’ve been rejected), and I’m still in the situation where I don’t own property have assets here to link me to Australia (despite having family here and growing up here my entire life).Do you have any advice for me on how I can go about going to US to find a job and subsequently look for a job?Also when at Immigration in the US, is it okay to say that you’re an Australian looking for a job under the E3 visa, or do you say that you’re a tourist even though the US embassy site in Australia tells you to go on the Visa waiver to look for a job in the US?Sorry this is so complicated but I don’t know what to do and how to go about it all!Thanks in advance so much!

  • Ganesh disse:

    Renting a car certainly gives you feoedrm and flexibility when traveling in Canada. You’re not tied to a timetable and you can go to almost anywhere of interest. Just make sure, however, that you know your route before you start so you can have a safe and enjoyable journey.

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