Bill Van Zyll director and general manager of the Latin America wing of Nintendo America, has stated that the company will be pulling out of Brazil temporarily, here is a quote from the source:
In an interview with UOL Games, Nintendo’s general manager in Latin America Bill Van Zyll reiterated that high taxes involved in the import of electronic products led to the interruption of operations in the country.
Although it states that “the Brazilian fans are important to Nintendo,” Bill did not know how these players can buy the upcoming releases of the company.
To satisfy the desire of fans for games from Nintendo, the executive offered the following solution: “We launched games that were very well received last year as ‘Super Smash Bros.’ and the new ‘Pokémon’ and they will continue to be sold while supplies last “.
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