|República Federativa do Brasil (Federative Republic of Brazil)
|Motto: Ordem e progresso (Order and progress)|
|Anthem: Hino Nacional Brasileiro
|Largest city||São Paulo|
|Official language(s)||Brazilian Portuguese|
|-||Vice President||Michel Temer|
|Establishment||September 7, 1822 (as Empire of Brazil)|
November 15, 1889 (as Federative Republic of Brazil)
|-||estimate||201,032,714 (as of 2013)|
It is bordered on the north by Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and the French overseas region of French Guiana; on the northwest by Colombia; on the west by Bolivia and Peru; on the southwest by Argentina and Paraguay and on the south by Uruguay.
The Brazilian economy is the world's seventh largest. A member of the BRIC group, Brazil has one of the world's fastest growing major economies, with its economic reforms giving the country new international recognition and influence.
It is mentioned many times in the GTA series.
- All the newspaper from the Liberty Tree comes from Brazil, as seen in the Liberty Tree Wins Award. No New Information article.
GTA Vice City
- A Brazilian flag can be seen at a store near the The Greasy Chopper.
- There's a store in Little Havana called Galeria Musical, it means in Portuguese and Spanish : "Musical gallery".
- Brazil is mentioned in the song Breaks by Kurtis Blow in the Wildstyle radio station.
GTA San Andreas
- In San Fierro, there is a waxing clinic that provides a service called Brazilian Waxing.
- Herr Gruber's Spa is an international spa business owned by Herr Gruber, who has opened spas all around the world including such countries as Germany, Switzerland & Brazil. The business can be heard on commercials.
- There is a Brazilian store located in Hove Beach, Broker.
- There is a pedestrian that speaks Brazilian Portuguese, he wears a blue jacket with white stripes and a number 68 in the back, he is commonly founded in northern Algonquin. He will often verbally attack the player if provoked.
Episodes from Liberty City
- The song "Kid Conga" by Daniel Haaksman is in Brazilian Portuguese. It plays on Electro-Choc.
- "Sepultura", a Brazilian rock band, is on LCHC.
- Arnaud used to hang out with Brazilian prostitutes.
- During the mission "Departure Time", Luis Fernando Lopez suggests that Gay Tony should move to Brazil.
- The Caipira Airways is a Brazilian airline. Caipira also means a redneck in Brazilian Portuguese.
- Brazil is shown in a financial graphic during the film Meltdown, as the third most powerful economy in the world just behind the United Kingdom and the USA.
- On the Epsilon Program's website is said that they have a house of worship in São Paulo.
- There is a store on Clinton Avenue called "Mano a Mano", which means "one to one" in Brazilian Portuguese.