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    • BRAZILA country full of culture, economic progress, and sport history
    • BACKGROUND Only country in Latin  Rich in natural resources: America derived from the  Gold, iron, manganese, Portuguese rule nickel, platinum, uranium, petroleum, natural gas, Gain Independence 1822 hydropower, and other rare earth elements Abolition of slavery 1888  South America’s leading Become a republic 1889 economic power & regional leader Most populous country in South America  Nonpermanent seat on the UN security council
    • GEOGRAPH Y• Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean• Area: 8,514,877 Sq. km • 5th largest in the world• Borders with: • Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela• Tropical Climate• Plains, hills, mountains, forest (Amazons), & narrow costal belt• Capital Rio de Janeiro
    • PEOPLE & SOCIETY Nationality: Brazilian Ethnic Groups Portuguese speaking country Unspeci Black Other fied Population: 203,429,773 6% 1% 1%  5th largest  Population Growth Rate: 1.134% Mulatto White 38% 54% Urbanization:  Urban: 87%  Rate of urbanization: 1.1% annual rate of change Literacy rate: 88.6%
    • RELIGION Roman Catholic2% 0% Protestant0% 8%1% Spiritualist 15% Bantu/Voodo 74% o Other Unspecified None
    • GOVERNMENT Type: Federal Republic  Division of power:  Executive Capital: Brasilia  President: Dilma Rousseff Administrative Division: 26 Federal States  Legislative  Judicial Independence September 7 1822 Implementation of constitution 5 October 1988
    • GDP BRAZILIAN ECONOMY $2.172 Figures in trillions• GDP (purchasing power parity): $2.172 Trillion (2010 est. 2010) • Country comparison 9th $2.034 $2.021• GDP growth rate: 7.5% • Country Comparison 30th• GDP per capita: $10,800 • Country comparison 102nd 2008 2009 2010
    • GDP % HISTORICAL GROWTH RATE10.0%8.0% 7.5% 5.7% 6.1%6.0% 5.2% 4.0%4.0% 2.7% 3.2%2.0% 1.1%0.0%-2.0% GDP % Growth-4.0%-6.0% -6.0%-8.0% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
    • GDP COMPOSITION BY SECTOR 6% 27% Agriculture Industry Services 67%
    • Economy Details Inflation 6.97% Population Below Poverty Line 15.5% Unemployment 5.7% Labor Force 103.3 Million
    • LABOR FORCE BY OCUPATION 20.0% 14.0% Agriculture66.0% Industry Service
    • Exports Imports TRADE $197.9 $173.2 $201.9 $181.6 $160.6• Favorable balance of trade $152.2 and main items of import - $137.5 machinery, electrical and $120.6 $127.6 $118.5 transport equipment, chemical $91.3 products, oil, automotive $73.8 parts, electronics• Export- transport equipment, machinery, ste el, airplanes, paper, electric machinery, soybeans, foot wear, coffee, autos, automo 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 tive parts, machinery *Figures represented in billions
    • CREDIT RATINGDomestic: A-Foreign: BBBForeign Reserve $ 350 Billion
    • FOREIGN DIRET INVESTMENT Historical data $48.4$50.0 $45.1$40.0 $34.6 2006 $25.9 2007$30.0 $22.2 2008$20.0 2009$10.0 2010 $0.0 FDI
    • PER CAPITA INCOME RATINGRank Country US $1 Monaco 18315017 USA 4739070 Brazil 9390146 India 1330
    • TOP 10 COMPANIES IN BRAZIL
    • CULTURE• Literature • Jose De Alencar (popular novelist writer, 1829-1877) • Machado De Assis (Greatest Brazilian writer of the 19th century) • Paulo Coelho (Author of “The Alchemist” one of the best selling books in history• Music • Forro • Baiåo • Frevo • Chorinho • Samba
    • CULTURE• Folk Arts • Mixture contribution of Europeans, Africans, & Aboriginal Indians• Folk Dance • Rich forms of of popular artistic expressions; subject, rhythm, costumes, & Chorography• Capoeira • A ritualized, stylized, combat- dance, having its own music. • Is Brazilian expression of both dance and martial arts• Carnival De Rio • Rio De Janeiro – biggest and best known carnival in the world. • Its most colorful event is Samba School Parade (composed by poor people from the city’s sprawling suburbs)
    • SPORTS Indoor & Beach Volleyball  Formula 1  Women:  Emerson Fittipaldi, Nelson  Indoor World Cup 1991 Piquet (1981, 1982, & 1987), & Olympics 2008 Ayrton Senna (88/90/91), Felipe Massa, Gil de  Beach gold & silver Ferran, Helio Castroneves, 1994 & 2008 Olympics & Tony Kanaan  Men:  Gold Medal 1992  One of the biggest Olympics, World Cup countries with Olympics 2002 medals in the history (Place of 2016 Olympics) Basketball: World Champions both men & women
    • FOTEBOL (FOOTBALL)• A culture, common religion, passion & way of leaving• 5 Times World Cup Champion: 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, & 2002• Edson Arantes de Nascimento “PELE” greatest player in history• Home of the biggest stadium of the world, The Maracanå• Place of the FIFA World Cup 2014• The best female futebol fans in the world
    • 6TH LARGEST 146.4 MILLION MANUFACTURE CHRIST THE REDEEMER HACTARES OF AUTOMOBILES ONE OF THE 7 WONDERSCONSERVATION UNITS OF THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD A GLOBAL REFERENCE IN THE PRODUCTION ONE OF THE OF BIOFUELS WORLD’S LEADING WORLD’S LARGEST EXPORTER OF IRON,PETROLIUM RESERVES COFFEE, SOY BEANS, 3RD LARGEST ORANGE JUICE, BEEF, MANUFACTURER CHICKEN & ETHANOL OR AIRCRAFT WORLD’S LARGEST A LARGE # OF RIVER BASIN ETHNIC GROUPS HOME OF THE BRAZIL LARGEST COMERCIAL FIFA WORLD IN CATTLE HERD CUP 2014 IN THE WORLD HOME OF THE BRIEF PETROBRAS 4TH 2016 OLYMPICS OIL COMPANIES 2ND LARGEST PRODUCER 36 MILLION OF ETHANOL LARGEST BRAZILIANS FOOTBALL STADIUM HAVE RISEN TO A THE MARACANAHIGHER SICIAL CLASS MOST ACTIVE COUNTRY IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE LARGEST 13TH LARGEST WORLD’S LARGEST BIODIVERSITYSCIENTIFIC OUTPUT CASH TRANSFER PROGRAM COUNTRY IN TO THE WORLD IN THE WORLD
    • REFECERENCES CIA WORLD FACTBOOK WORLD BANK INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND CENTRAL BANK OF BRAZIL BRAZIALIAN EMBASSY IN INDIA
    • MUITO OBRIGADOTHANK YOU VERY MUCH