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Having the largest economy by GDP in Latin America and Southern Hemisphere , [4] the city is home to the São Paulo Stock Exchange . Paulista Avenue is the economic core of São Paulo. The city has the 8th largest GDP in the world , [5] representing alone 10.7% of all Brazilian GDP [6] and 36% of the production of goods and services in the state of São Paulo , being home to 63% of established multinationals in Brazil , [7] and has been responsible for 28% of the national scientific production in 2005. [8]

The region of modern day São Paulo then known as Piratininga plains around Tietê river were inhabited by the Tupi people like Tupiniquim , Guaianas, and Guarani . other tribes also lived in areas that today form the metropolitan region. The region was divided in Caciquedoms when the europeans arrived. The Most notable Cacique was Tibiriça famous for his support for the europeans. Many indigenous names still survive today like Tietê, Ipiranga, Tamanduateí, Anhangabaú, Piratininga, Diadema, Cotia, Itapevi, Barueri, Embu-Guaçu etc...

The Portuguese village of São Paulo dos Campos de Piratininga was marked by the founding of the Colégio de São Paulo de Piratininga on January 25, 1554. The Jesuit college of twelve priests included Manuel da Nóbrega and Spanish priest José de Anchieta, and their structure was located on top of a steep hill between the rivers Anhangabaú and Tamanduateí . [13]

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Having the largest economy by GDP in Latin America and Southern Hemisphere , [4] the city is home to the São Paulo Stock Exchange . Paulista Avenue is the economic core of São Paulo. The city has the 8th largest GDP in the world , [5] representing alone 10.7% of all Brazilian GDP [6] and 36% of the production of goods and services in the state of São Paulo , being home to 63% of established multinationals in Brazil , [7] and has been responsible for 28% of the national scientific production in 2005. [8]

The region of modern day São Paulo then known as Piratininga plains around Tietê river were inhabited by the Tupi people like Tupiniquim , Guaianas, and Guarani . other tribes also lived in areas that today form the metropolitan region. The region was divided in Caciquedoms when the europeans arrived. The Most notable Cacique was Tibiriça famous for his support for the europeans. Many indigenous names still survive today like Tietê, Ipiranga, Tamanduateí, Anhangabaú, Piratininga, Diadema, Cotia, Itapevi, Barueri, Embu-Guaçu etc...

The Portuguese village of São Paulo dos Campos de Piratininga was marked by the founding of the Colégio de São Paulo de Piratininga on January 25, 1554. The Jesuit college of twelve priests included Manuel da Nóbrega and Spanish priest José de Anchieta, and their structure was located on top of a steep hill between the rivers Anhangabaú and Tamanduateí . [13]