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    7b) day 1 ma orlando montenegro - translated english 7b) day 1 ma orlando montenegro - translated english Presentation Transcript

    • Land Use in Southwest São Paulo state Orlando Montenegro Municipal Department of Tourism Farmer
    • Area Covered 16 municipalities
    • Regional Economic and Social Data• GDP – R$ 4,032,261.00 (U$ 1,976,598.52)• Nº of businesses – 16,107• Employees – 65,153• Average monthly income – R$ 1,200.00 (U$ 627.45)• Population – 325,493 inhabitants• Average GDP per capita – R$ 12,388.16 (U$ 6,072.62)• Highest HDI: 0.698• Lowest HDI: 0.521
    • Share of economic activities in regional GDP 23% Agropecuária Industrial 13%57% Serviços the other 7% are taxes and subsidies
    • Property Owner Educational Level (%)60.0050.0040.0030.0020.0010.00 - Proprietário sem instrução ou Proprietário com antigo Proprietário com 1° grau (ou Proprietário com 2° grau (ou Proprietário com curso superior com instrução incompleta primário completo antigo ginasial) completo antigo colegial) completo completo
    • Agricultural production units Area (in hectares)90.0080.0070.0060.0050.0040.0030.0020.0010.00 - 1 2 3 4 Up to 50 ha 51 to 100 ha 101 to 500 ha More than 501 ha
    • Hectares400,000.00350,000.00300,000.00250,000.00200,000.00150,000.00100,000.00 50,000.00 -
    • Looking to the Future• Development of the tourism production chain.• Agriculture will be increasingly treated as a business.• Family farming will be obliged to organize itself.• The region is close to major urban centers.• Areas devoted to livestock should diminish.• Companies carrying out reforesting should rethink regarding their investments.
    • Thank You The information presented herein was obtained from Lupa , the agricultural database of the São Paulo State Department of Agriculture, and the IBGE – Brazilian Institute for Geography and Statistics.o.montenegro@uol.com.brTel – (15) 3542-2265