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    • Guidelines on Brazil Andre Amado Ambassador of Brazil November 10th, 2011 Entrepreneurship in the E.U. and BRIC-countries: Brazil Vlerick Alumni FORUM Frisomat Innovation Center Stokerijstraat 79 – Wijnegem - Antwerp
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    • Brazil: 5th largest country in the world 8.514.876 km²
    • World Trader: Main Brazilian Partners (% 2010) Exports 27,9 23,8 21,4 9,6 5,2 4,6 2,4 Imports 30,9 17,0 21,5 15,0 2,6 6,2 1,7 Blocs Asia Latina America/Caribeean EU USA Middle East Africa Eastern Europe
    • World Player
      • Original member of the UN and its specialized agencies, as well as of MERCOSUR, WTO, G-20, BRICS (with China, India, Russia, and South Africa), CPLP (The Organization of Portuguese Speaking Countries), and IBSA (with India and South Africa);
      • Together with Japan, Brazil is the country that has been elected more times (10) to integrate the UN Security Council as non-permanent member;
      • Together with the USA and Russia, Brazil is the only other country that both has the world largest uranium deposits and masters the nuclear fuel cycle;
      • It has the world’s largest maritime frontier with Africa;
      • It is one of the world’s richest countries in terms of ethnical miscegenation (Native Brazilians and European, African, Middle Eastern, Asian and Latin American descents);
      • It has one of the largest networks of resident diplomatic missions abroad (142), 36 of which in Africa;
    • Why invest in Brazil?
      • 8th largest economy in the world
      • 8 th largest consumer market
      • 3 rd largest reserves of iron ore
      • World largest exporter of iron, coffee, orange juice, soybeans, beef, chicken, sugar and ethanol
      • 6 th largest manufacturer of automobiles
      • 3 rd largest producer of aircrafts and 1 st producer of commercial jets (120 passengers)
      • World’s largest exporter and 2 nd largest producer of ethanol
      • World’s largest commercial cattle herd, with over 198 million heads
      • Brazil accounts for half of the economy of South America
    • Economic Data (2010)
      • GDP: US$ 2.09 trillion
      • Growth rate: 7,5 %
      • Trade surplus: US$ 20.3 billion
        • Exports: US$ 201.9 billion
        • Imports: US$ 181.6 billion
      • Forex reserves: US$ 311 million
      • FDI inflow of 48.4 billion in 2010
    • Macroeconomic Policy - Last 16 Years: - Institutional and macroeconomic stability, - Sustainable growth,
    • Macroeconomic Policy - Last 16 Years:
      • Expanding domestic market,
      • Innovative social policies,
      • Income distribution projects,
      • Modern and robust financial system,
      • Rigorous balancing of public accounts, and
      • Investment in agricultural R&D&I.
      • … That has allowed for …
      • The consolidation of the major goal of sustainable economic growth by:
      • Diversifying our trade partners,
      • Increasing the volume of both our global trade and exports figures,
      • Expanding our international currency reserves (US$310 billion in 2011),
      • Eliminating foreign debt,
    • - Controlling inflation,
      • Leading in clean energy production (46% of the Brazilian energy grid are from renewable sources),
      • Achieving high productivity levels in agricultural production of the main food crops, - Generating more jobs,
      • Leading in oil exploration in deep waters (pre-salt), - Fostering the air-jet industry, and - Advancing in the production and usage of bio-fuels.
      • Expanding the middle class population to around 105 million (55% of Brazilian overall population).
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    •   6 235 332 X-M   1 122 2 417 M 6,56 7 357 2 749 X 2011 (extrap. 8/12 to 12/12)   5 294 -130 X-M     1 561 2 293 M   4,39 6 855 2 163 X 2010   7 855 533 X-M     800 1 125 M   10,81 8 656 1 658 X 2005 (million kg) (million euros)   weight X /weight M weight value X/M/ Balance BRAZIL - BELGIUM
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    • Argentina, Belgium, China, Japan and USA.
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      • Brazil has become a very attractive economy
      • for investment in the wake of:
      • PAC-1 (2007) and PAC-2 (2010):
      • The Growth Acceleration Program ( PAC ) is a strategic investment on infrastructure program that combines management initiatives and public works.
      • PAC 1 : the program called for investments of US$ 349 billion (R$ 638 billion), of which 63.3% has been applied.
      • PAC 2 : estimates investments of US$ 526 billion (R$ 958.9 billion) for the period 2011 - 2014. PAC 2 focuses on investments in the areas of logistics, energy and social development . BNDES is financing around US$ 101,4 billion.
    • Social Programs in Brazil
      • Minimum wage policies,
      • Greater access to credit,
      • Priority investment in quality education and health,
      • Poverty combat in urban and rural areas,
      • Social protection policies in areas like food security, social assistance, health and social security,
      • These programs have contributed to:
            • Better distribution of the national income,
            • Moving around 30 million people from D an E classes to C class, and
    • - FIFA World Cup in 2014 , Stadiums Urban Mobility Ports and Airports Total Infra Civil Telecom and energy Security and Heath Hotels Total Infra R$ Billions Direct impact: R$ 33 billions in investments in infrastructure and services
    • Ports : A total of R$ 740 millions will be invested in 7 main Brazilian ports % of total Cities/Ports
      • Passengers Maritime Terminal
      • Land accessibility (area)
      • Maritime accessibility
      Projects: 14% 16% 42% 12% 7% 5% 3% 100% (Santos) (Mucuripe)               R$ millions; value of responsibility's matrix
    • - Olympic Games in 2016 .
      • Games’ budget: US$ 14.4 billions: US$ 2.8 billion from the Organizing Committee (Game’s planning and delivering) and U.S. $ 11.6 billion from public and private resources.
      • 55 main economic sectors that will benefit from the Olympic games in Rio are:
      • Construction (10.5%)
      • Real estate and rental services (6.3%)
      • Services supplies to companies (5.7%)
      • Oil and gas (5.1%)
      • Information services (5%)
      • Transport, storage and mail (4.8%).
      • Thank you!