BRAZIL
Presented by,
Vinay Chakraborty
Humaira khan
Megha Mali
Harsh Luthria
Vinay Tiwari
Mitesh Chourasia
Why Brazil?
• World’s 7th largest economy by nominal GDP
• 7th largest economy by PPP
• It’s a member of BRIC nations and ...
Strengths
• A growing middle class
• Strong domestic demand
• Untapped natural resources
• Supportive government policies
...
Weaknesses
• Lack of qualified personnel
• Poor quality of basic education
• High interest rates and complicated tax
syste...
GDP
• GDP of Brazil (PPP) total- 2.356 trillion $ and
per capita income- 11,875 $
• GDP (Nominal) total- 2.396 trillion $ ...
Comparison with other countries
• South Africa
• GDP (PPP) total- 608.804 billion $ and per
capita income- 11,750 $
• GDP ...
• Argentina
• GDP (PPP) total- 743.121 billion $ and per
capita income 18,112 $
• GDP (Nominal) total- 474.954 billion $ a...
Employment Opportunities
• Over 68% people aged between 15 to 64 have a
paid job
• 80 % men are in paid job and 56% women ...
Political Environment
• Brazil is a democratic country
• It is based on principles like sovereignty,
citizenship, dignity ...
• It has a presidential system with the president
being the head of state and the head of
government.
• The president is e...
FDI
• FDI in brazil decreased to 3774.71 million USD in
August of 2013 from 5212.18 million in July
2013.
• FDI in brazil ...
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Brazil

  1. 1. BRAZIL Presented by, Vinay Chakraborty Humaira khan Megha Mali Harsh Luthria Vinay Tiwari Mitesh Chourasia
  2. 2. Why Brazil? • World’s 7th largest economy by nominal GDP • 7th largest economy by PPP • It’s a member of BRIC nations and one of the fastest growing economies in the world. • It has a favorable financial system for upcoming businesses • One of the emerging economic powers in the world.
  3. 3. Strengths • A growing middle class • Strong domestic demand • Untapped natural resources • Supportive government policies • Simplified licensing processes • Availability of finances
  4. 4. Weaknesses • Lack of qualified personnel • Poor quality of basic education • High interest rates and complicated tax system • Debt burdens • Draining of resources away from other industry sectors
  5. 5. GDP • GDP of Brazil (PPP) total- 2.356 trillion $ and per capita income- 11,875 $ • GDP (Nominal) total- 2.396 trillion $ and per capita income- 12,079 $
  6. 6. Comparison with other countries • South Africa • GDP (PPP) total- 608.804 billion $ and per capita income- 11,750 $ • GDP (Nominal) total- 375.944 billion $ and per capita income- 7,257 $
  7. 7. • Argentina • GDP (PPP) total- 743.121 billion $ and per capita income 18,112 $ • GDP (Nominal) total- 474.954 billion $ and per capita income- 11,576 $
  8. 8. Employment Opportunities • Over 68% people aged between 15 to 64 have a paid job • 80 % men are in paid job and 56% women are in paid jobs. • 41% of adults aged 25 to 64 have a high school degree
  9. 9. Political Environment • Brazil is a democratic country • It is based on principles like sovereignty, citizenship, dignity of human beings, social values of labor and freedom of enterprise and political pluralism. • Voting is mandatory for people between 18 to 70 years of age. • They have a four leading parties at national level.
  10. 10. • It has a presidential system with the president being the head of state and the head of government. • The president is elected for 4 years • The president appoints ministers of state to assist the government • Legislative houses are the main sources of law in Brazil. • They have an autonomous judiciary
  11. 11. FDI • FDI in brazil decreased to 3774.71 million USD in August of 2013 from 5212.18 million in July 2013. • FDI in brazil is reported by the Banco central do Brazil (Central Bank of Brazil) • Brazil’s FDI averaged 2464.21 million USD from 1995 to 2013.

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