Nikon are shutting down all sales in Brazil
The sad news from Nikon is coming thick and fast - first the company announced the closure of their Chinese factory as a result of smartphone sales, and now they have announced they are pulling out of Brazil - entirely.
Currently Nikon only sells through e-commerce in Brazil, and the closure means that any Brazilian customers will only be able to purchase Nikon products as grey-market imports, with no local insurance or representation fron Nikon after December 31.
However according to dpreview, products under warranty and purchased from the Nikon Brazil Store before the cutoff of December 31 will continue to be warrantied.
You can see the announcement for yourself at the Nikon Brazil website, or see the google translation below:
November 6, 2017
Nikon do Brasil Ltda. announces the closure of e-commerce in Brazil Nikon Corporation is optimizing R & D, Sales and Manufacturing structures in a global scale restructuring. As part of this process, Nikon do Brasil Ltda. - from December 31, 2017  will close the sale of cameras, lenses and photographic accessories for the Brazilian market, currently marketed exclusively through its e-commerce, the Nikon Store . The company's other business segments, including customer service and technical assistance, will continue to operate normally in Brazil. Products under warranty, including those marketed by Nikon Brazil's e-commerce through December 31, 2017, will continue to honor the warranty periods. For out-of-warranty products, where possible, technical assistance will be provided based on costs approved by the owners. São Paulo, November 06, 2017. Auster Nascimento President - Nikon do Brasil