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Brazilian Times

Brazilian Times

(617) 625-5559

Brazilian Times

28 years in business

311 Broadway, Second Floor
Somerville, MA 02145-1933

BBB File Opened: 4/27/2000
Business Started: 1/01/1988
Type of Entity
Sole Proprietorship
Business Management
  • Mr. Edirson Paiva, Owner
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. Edirson Paiva, Owner
Business Category
  • Advertising - Newspaper
  • Newspapers
  • NAICS: Advertising Material Distribution Services



Brazilian Times is a  Brazilian newspaper written in Portuguese which specializes in reporting local and Brazilian news. The newspaper also provides advertising for a variety of businesses.

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Brazilian Times


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