Brazil<br />The B of the BRIC<br />A door to South America<br />Population 191 M <br />Population growth 1.1 % <br />Real GDP growth 3.5 % <br /> GDP domestic demand growth 4.5 % <br /> GDP per 8,209<br /> GDP per head 10,229<br />
The gloomy IMF Published: April 22 2009<br />US output to contract by 2.8 per cent this year<br />1.3% drop in global output<br />Eurozone output will plunge 4.2 per cent, with Germany down 5.6 per cent<br />Long-suffering Japan is forecast to slow even more. <br />The gross domestic product across the advanced world will fall 3.8 per cent in 2009, with no growth next year. <br />Growth in emerging Asia will halve to just over 3 per cent and forecasts for parts of eastern Europe are better left unwritten. <br />The developing world actually looks to be the sole source of dynamism for the next couple of years,<br /> led by Latin America, <br />the Middle East and parts of Asia and central Europe. <br />
Large and well-developed <br />Agricultural<br />Mining<br />Manufacturing<br />Service sectors<br />Brazil's economy outweighs that of all other South American countries <br />
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