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For 2017, the Brazilian government’s official number is 1% growth, with the recovery starting already in the first quarter. However, according to O Estado de S. Paulo newspaper, the Minister of Finance, Henrique Meirelles, has already admitted in private conversations … Continue reading
For the sixth time in a row, the International Monetary Fund cuts down its forecast for 2014 economic growth in Brazil. In July IMF projected an expansion of 1.3%, now it expects only 0.3%. This figure, if confirmed, will be the second … Continue reading
Brazilian products are on average 34.2% more expensive than a similar product made somewhere else. What are the reasons? The Brazil cost, followed by the appreciation of the Brazilian Real, explain the economic stagnation the country is facing. Those are … Continue reading
2012 was a year of contrasts for Brazil. To start with, FDI was record but the country is not cheap anymore. Momentum is still positive. 7 out of 10 business leaders interviewed by the E&Y attractiveness survey point Brazil as the most attractive place to establish … Continue reading
Brazil’s third-quarter GDP disappointed analysts with 0.6% versus a market consensus of 1.2%. revisions in GDP growth forecasts for both this year and 2013. Main surprises Private consumption was up 0.9% but investment decreased (-2.0%) and government spending (+0.1%) came as the main … Continue reading
For the fifth consecutive week, Brazilian financial analysts reduced their estimates for the Brazilian economic growth this year. Local market sentiment poll – Focus Report According to the Focus report, released by the Brazilian Central Bank the forecast 2011 GDP … Continue reading
One starts to wonder if it Brazilian economy is overheated. The Economist for one, came with an article – Too Hot (2/6/11) Latin America’s biggest economy is more fragile than it appears. The Economist point is mainly this: the Brazilian government has a big … Continue reading