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Brics mitsk hernandez_rosa
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    • 1. Bric and Mitsk Project Brazil
    • 2. History • Independence September 7th 1822 • Dom Pedro was the first emperor of Brazil • Capital Brasilia • Brazil’s progression from Portuguese colony to autonomous country was complete. D Dom Pedro
    • 3. Challenges for New Nation • Establishing a stable government • Latin American countries faces common challenges – Defining – Consolidating – Establish post-colonial – Political – Economy – Social Order (History of latin America, 2013)
    • 4. Building Economy • After world war I, there were several trade opportunities • Sugar cane • Coffee Beans • Tobacco • Brazil supported the price of coffee in 1922 • Purchased coffee production “Valorization Program”. • Influenced other countries such a Colombia as the second leader in coffee production
    • 5. Political Challenges • Political instability was one of the biggest disadvantages • 1908 Latin American countries demanded political changes • Old Republic was in place until the Great Depression
    • 6. The place of B on Bric Jim O'Neil British economist named Brazil as one of the four most rapidly developing countries • Similarities found between – RUSSIA, INDIA AND CHINA • Influence in global economic changes and projection of future growth
    • 7. Brazil Population ("Brazil population" )
    • 8. Economy Growth through Eco-friendly • Global leader on Bio-fuels • Gas options are blend with ethanol or gasohol • Pioneer on eco-friendly for three decades • 80% of Brazil vehicles run with different fuels – Gas – Pure alcohol – Natural Gas ("Brazil: Beyond natural," 2013)
    • 9. Energy Exporter • Tupi reserve found – Up to 8 billion barrels of crude • Brazil is expected to become the second largest oil exporter after Venezuela • Brazil is self-sufficient in conventional energy today ("Brazil: Beyond natural," 2013)
    • 10. Business Boom Cielo SA is an electronic payment solutions company based in Brazil and Latin America. • Biggest credit card processor • Bovespa index’s second-best performing stock in the first half of the year • Responsible for accreditation of commercial establishments • Capture, transmission, processing and settlement of transactions made with credit cards and debit cards. ("Bloomberg," 2013)
    • 11. One year Stock Chart Performance for Cielo SA ("Bloomberg," 2013)
    • 12. Brazil Growth Domestic Product • The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Brazil was worth 2435.20 billion US dollars in 2012. • Brazil represents 3.93 percent of the world economy. • GDP averaged 929.12 USD Billion from 1960 until 2012 ("Brazil GPD," 2013)
    • 13. Brazil GPD 2004-2012 Billions of U.S. Dollars ("Brazil GPD," 2013)
    • 14. Brazil’s Potential • Capital investments • Promote research • Build efficiency • Better management of economy inflation Brazilian government seems to be making the push in the right direction. ("Brazil: Beyond natural," 2013)
    • 15. Conclusion The ability for Brazil economy to grow earned them the spot amongst Russia, India and China. Brazil self-sustains through the difficult global economic changes and continues is focus on becoming one of the biggest attractions for tourists with events like Rio’s Carnival Parade, Olympics 2016 and the FIFA World Cup 2014.

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