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Dividend Paying Stocks: Five Brazilian Super Companies

The Brazil has a free markets and an inward-oriented economy. The country is one of the fastest growing major economies in the world with an average annual GDP growth rate of over 5 percent. Its economy was predicted to become one of the five largest economies in the world. Here are five Ações que pagam dividendos mais altos no Brazil to make an investment in Brazil.

Tekno SA Industria e Comercio (BVMF: TKNO4)

It is a Brazil-based company which is engaged in the production and sale of paints for metal items. The company offers different types of paints, such as polyester, polyurethane, vinyl, epoxy, polyamide, anti-fingerprint and kynar as well as firm laminates, including polyvinyl chloride polyester, polyvinyl fluoride and reflective. On July 22, 2013 the company acquired a 41% stake in Alucoil so Brasil SA Industria e comercio, as a result of the transaction it holds a 90% stake in Alucoil so Brasil SA Industria e Comercio.

The company has a market capitalization of 257.09 Million, EPS is 8.10, P/E ratio is 11.11 and the dividend yield is 9.56% at the annual dividend payout of 1.69.

Tegma Gestao Logistica SA (BVMF: TGMA3)

Tegma Gestao Logistica is engaged in the transportation sector. The Company is primarily involved in logistic services for the automotive industry. In addition, the company provides transportation services for companies active in other areas, including fuel, agribusiness, pulp and paper, chemical, telecommunications and electronics industry. In addition the company provides inspection services for imported vehicles. On February 1, 2012, the Company completed the acquisition of LTD Transports Ltda.

The company has a market capitalization of 1.52 Billion, EPS is 1.12, P/E ratio is 20.70 and the dividend yield is 4.04% at the annual dividend payout of 0.45.

Ecorodovias Infraestructura e Logistica (BVMF: ECOR3)

It is engaged in the road concessions sector. It is involved in the exploration and administration of highway networks, maintenance and improvement of operating systems; implementation of traffic control and customer services systems; preventive conservations, deployment and management of electronic toll collection, and provision of towing services, mechanical assistance and medical help. As of December 31, 2011 the company's subsidiaries included EcoRodovias Concessoes e Servicos SA, Elog SA, Ecoporto Holding Ltda, EIL01 Participacoes Ltda and Rodovia das Cataratas SA- Eocataratas.

It has a market capitalization of 9.00 Billion, EPS is 0.77, P/E ratio is 20.87 and the dividend yield is 4.05% at the annual dividend payout of 0.46.

Santos Brasil Participacoes SA (BVMF: STBP11)

It is Brazil-based holding company which provides logistics services through its subsidiaries, it manages and operates port facilities and provides integrated logistics for cargo transportation. The Company's three container terminals are located in the states of Sao Paulo, Para and Santa Catarina. As of December 31, 2011 it wholly owned five subsidiaries: Terminal Portuario de Veiculos SA, Para Empreendimentos Financeiros SA, Union Armazengem e Operacoes Portuarias SA, Numeral 80 Participacoes SA and Nova Logistica SA.

The company has a market capitalization of 18.02 Billion, EPS is 113.13, P/E ratio is 0.24 and the dividend yield is 5.40% at the annual dividend payout of 0.24.

Sul America SA (BVMF: SULA11)

The company is mainly engaged in the insurance sector. It provides health, automobile, real estate property, casualty and life insurances services along with its subsidiaries. It also offers a number of other services which include private pension plans, management of health care services and asset management. As of February 17, 2012 the Company's major shareholders include Sulasapar Participacoes SA and ING Insurance International BV.

It has a market capitalization of 17.94 Billion, EPS is 0.39, P/E ratio is 34.57 and the dividend yield is 3.21% at the annual dividend payout of 0.04.