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Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision
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Why Brazil Why Now Mission & Vision

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Presentation why you and why now you have to do business with Brazil. This presentation was done by me on the BMA - Brazilian Marketing Annex kick-off breakfast where I am the President. BMA is …

Presentation why you and why now you have to do business with Brazil. This presentation was done by me on the BMA - Brazilian Marketing Annex kick-off breakfast where I am the President. BMA is ''annex" to Doral Chamber of Commerce in Doral, FL

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  • 1. Why Brazil? Why now? Doral Chamber of Commerce Doral, Florida
  • 2. Four famous international Brazilian images…
  • 3. Defining moment…
    • The Economist Magazine.
    • November 2009.
    • Brazil might soon become the 5 th economy in the world ahead of strong economies like France and England.
  • 4. Brazilian Stats and Info – 1 of 2
    • Language: Portuguese
    • Capital: Brasília
    • Population: Almost 194 million people.
    • Approximately 70% of the people are concentrated in the Southeast and Northeast regions.
    • 5 th Largest country in the world 8.5 million square kilometers = 3.3 million square miles.
    • Brazil shares borders with every South America countries except Chile and Ecuador.
    • Brazil is almost one-half of the entire South American continent.
    • Time Zone: 1 hour behind east coast during summer time.
  • 5. Brazilian Stats and Info – 2 of 2
    • Education: 88% of adult population know how to read and write.
    • Currency: Real
    • 2008 GDP: US$ 1.573 trillion
    • 2008 Purchase Power: US$ 1.977 trillion
    • 2008 Per Capita GDP: 9,700.00
    • 2008 Annual real growth: 5.1%
    • Expected growth rate for 2010: 7%. It would be the highest since 1986.
    • Projected inflation for 2010: 6.5%
  • 6. 2008 Trade Balance
    • US$ 24.8 billion surplus
    • Exports: US$ 197.9 billion
    • Major market: United State 14%
    • Imports: US$ 173.1 billion
    • Major suppliers: United States 14.9% and China 11.6%
    • 2008 Brazil x USA Trade
    • Record level: US$ 53 billion
    • U.S. exports to Brazil: US$ 25.6 billion
    • U.S. imports from Brazil: US$ 27.4 billion
  • 7. PAC Program of Growth Acceleration
    • Investment opportunities
    • Massive funds
    • US$ 280 billion
    • Bullet train between
    • RJ and SP
    • Highways, waterways and railways in the Amazon region – many constructed will be integrated.
  • 8. Pre salt oil investment opportunities
    • Petrobras will open these areas for a joint exploration contract with foreign oil companies.
    • The distinctive areas will be awarded through bidding process and companies will be paid for in oil.
  • 9. Pre salt – what is this?
  • 10. Pre salt investment
    • US$ 82.5 billion from 2014 to 2020
    • Production target for 2020: 3.9 million barrels/day
    • 2020 scenario: oil exporter
    • an excess of 2 million barrels/day
    • 46% of this production will come from Pre Sal
    • Source: Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA)
  • 11. Brazil - Miami trade
    • # 1 Miami trade partner in 2008
    • US$ 13.10 billion trade
    • US$ 10,606 billion export
    • US$ 2,559 billion import
    • Source: World City / U.S.Census data
  • 12. Air Cargo in Miami 2008 Top Trade Partners
    • Total weight (US Tons)
    • # 3 Brazil = 116,000
    • Total Value (Millions of Dollars)
    • # 1 Brazil = US$ 9,768
    • Source: Miami-Dade Aviation Department
  • 13. For the next 10 years…
  • 14. Why BMA? Why now? 1 of 2 Mission and Vision
    • Develop a Brazilian business database in the west side of Miami.
    • Develop a database for those who want to do business with Brazil and with the Brazilian community.
    • Develop a Brazilian / US job bank for professionals fluent in Portuguese.
    • Develop a Portuguese class program with VFP - Vamos Falar Português Foundation.
  • 15. Why BMA? Why now? 2 of 2 Mission and Vision
    • Provide guidance, education and cultural awareness programs and tools for Brazilians who desire to live, work and own and operate a business in the United States.
    • Develop and support information, education and awareness programs to keep local authorities aware of our activities in the Brazilian community.
    • Promote, establish and nurture strategic alliances with local and regional chambers of commerce to expand our sphere of influence in South Florida.
  • 16. Thank you

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