Amazon, the world’s biggest e-commerce firm, has been trying to expand its footprint in Brazil since it was founded in 1998.
It is expanding to an even larger market in the country’s second largest city, Porto Alegre, as well as a handful of smaller towns.
And it is making a big push into new areas, as it continues to grow its presence in Brazil.
Amazon has been a leader in expanding its operations in Brazil in recent years.
Brazil is the world leader in e-tailers, with more than half the country being Amazon-owned.
Amazon Brazil has built a network of warehouses in the Brazilian Amazon, and Amazon Brazil is expanding into a new market in Porto, where Amazon Brazil’s warehouses are located.
Amazon is investing heavily in the Porto area.
It has hired dozens of new employees, and it is investing in new warehouses, including a new two-story building on a hill overlooking the Portos River.
The project will be completed by 2019, and the building will include more than 2,000 employees.
Amazon plans to add at least one more warehouse in the area to keep pace with growing demand.
Amazon says it will spend $5 billion in Brazil to open new warehouses in 2019.
Brazil’s economic woes have prompted Amazon to move more aggressively in other markets, including expanding its online business in China, which is expected to have a much larger impact on the country than in Brazil, according to Amazon Brazil chief executive, Rafael Domingo.
The Brazilian government has also encouraged Amazon to open its own warehouses in some of the country, which Amazon is now expanding in Brazil as well.
Amazon, which has about 10,000 Amazon warehouses in Brazil and is expanding in some countries, has also invested in Brazil’s health care industry, including in hospitals and nursing homes.
Amazon’s Brazilian headquarters have become more prominent in recent months as the country continues to grapple with economic turmoil.
Brazil remains Brazil’s largest export market for Amazon products, with nearly 40 percent of its exports coming from the e-consumer marketplace.
Amazon also has been expanding its footprint through a series of acquisitions, including acquiring a Brazilian television station and building a new headquarters in Brazil that was previously housed in a warehouse in New York City.
Amazon bought the Brazilian TV station BemTV, which became Amazon Brazil, in October and announced it will open a second headquarters in Rio de Janeiro in 2021.
Amazon announced plans in March to open two new warehouses and a distribution center in Brazil during the same time period.
Amazon said the investments will support Brazilian operations and expand Amazon’s footprint.
The company also announced it was opening a new Brazilian office in Mexico City.
At least a dozen companies have also been in Brazil investing in the local e-retail market in recent weeks, including the Brazilian clothing company Vans, which was acquired by online retailer Zara in August.
Amazon in recent days also announced a new partnership with Brazilian online retailer e-bay, and its Brazilian retail company, Lifestyle, will buy the online marketplace Snapdeal.
In October, Amazon opened an e-shopping and clothing hub in Portobelo, a city in the eastern part of Brazil.
The hub is part of a larger Amazon expansion that is expanding its presence beyond its main city, Rio de la Plata.
Amazon expects to expand the size of its Amazon Brazil retail network in the coming months.
Amazon recently announced it has acquired an American apparel and shoe company, Zappos, for $970 million.