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  • 1. GDP of India & Brazil Submitted by:- Sumit Kumar Singh MBA(2nd sem)
  • 2. About INDIA Total Population 1,241,491,960 Literacy:74.04% Currency:Rupees GDP:$ 2 trillion (approx)
  • 3. Growth of India India's economy grew at an annual rate of 5.3 % in the quarter ended March 2012, much lower than expectations of 6.1 % The GDP numbers mean that the country’s growth slowed for eight successive quarters through the three months ended December 2012.
  • 4. Agricultural sector of India The farm sector, which is the single largest employer in the country but one of the lowest contributors to absolute GDP, grew at a measly 1.7 % against 7.5 % in the corresponding period last fiscal Poor agriculture growth means rural consumers would have less money to spend .
  • 5. Manufacturing and services of India • A key drag on growth numbers were the industry and services sectors -- both key drivers of growth -- which came in lower than expected, at 1.9 and 7.9 per cent against 7 and 10.6 per cent in the year-ago period. The manufacturing sector contracted (-) 0.3 per cent from 7.3 per cent in the same period last fiscal.
  • 6. Weakest fiscal performance of India India’s growth rose 6.5% in the fiscal year to the end of March 2012. This is the lowest growth rate since 2002-03 when it fell to 4% in the wake of a global slowdown. It is also a sharp slowdown from the previous fiscal’s 8.4 %.
  • 7. RBI cannot stimulate the economy either A sharp 25 per cent drop in the rupee over the past 9 months could hurt RBI’s ability to cut interest rates because doing so could increase inflationary pressure. There can be no growth stimulus from RBI through a lower borrowing cost as it battles stubbornly high inflation.
  • 8. About Brazil Total Population 194,400,000 (est.) Total Area 8,456,510 km2 Local Currency Real (BRL) Literacy 86.4% Economically active population 99,144,000 as % of total population 51.0% GDP R$ 3.143 trillion
  • 9. Economy-Overview of Brazil 1. The economy of Brazil is the world's eighth largest by nominal GDP and ninth largest by purchasing power parity 2. The present GDP is $3.143 trillion and the real growth rate of GDP is 3.7%. 3. Its current GDP (PPP) per capita is $10,200. 4. Rate of unemployment is 9.6% 5. Inflation rate is 3%. 6. Major industries are textiles, shoes, chemicals, aircraft, steel, motor vehicles, etc. Agricultural products includes coffee, wheat, coca, rice, sugarcane etc.
  • 10. GDP and GDP Growth rate of brazil Rank-8
  • 11. Export-Import profile of Brazil Exports: Rank-23 $158.9 billion (2009 est.) $197.9 billion (2008 est.) Exports - commodities: transport equipment, iron ore, soybeans, footwear, coffee, autos. Imports: Rank-25 $136 billion (2009 est.) $173.1 billion (2008 est.) Imports - commodities: machinery, electrical and transport equipment, chemical products, oil, automotive parts, electronic 04-08 2009 2010 2011 Exports (% growth) 22.1 -22.7 13.0 18.0 Imports (% growth) 29.1 -26.3 44.0 8.0
  • 12. THANK YOU