Major Country Report
Jenna Lowry, Malorie Ross, Jessica Piesz,Caitlin Corrigan, Adam
Warzonek
1. Strengths
2. Weaknesses
3. Opportunities
4. Threats
5. Porter’s DiamondTheory
6. CulturalVariations
7. Top 5 Exports
8....
 Climate
 Tropical weather
 Moderate Rainfal
 Politics
 Citizens determine ruling
 Prevents monopoly
 Geography
 5...
 Climate
 Dryness of the semiarid Northeast
 Resources
 Illegal harvesting of timber
 Politics
 People don’t always ...
 Brazil was Canada’s 36th largest export market
for agri-food products
 Increase demand for healthy foods
 Put more foc...
 JBS and other beef producers are struggling
with the band of Beef in Canada and other
countries
 Bombardier major threa...
 Firm’s strategy, structure and revelry
 FTA increases competitiveness
 Intense revelry at home market
 Factor Endowme...
 Brazilians need to know and trust person
before doing business with them
 Resent outside legal presence
 Brazilians ne...
Top 5 Export Commodities in 2008
Commodities
2008
(Value in million US$)
Iron ores and concentrates $16,538.50
Petroleum o...
Top 5 Import Commodities in 2008
Commodities
2008
(Value in million US$)
Petroleum oils, crude $16,574.40
Petroleum oils, ...
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International Business Brazil Powerpoint

  1. 1. Major Country Report Jenna Lowry, Malorie Ross, Jessica Piesz,Caitlin Corrigan, Adam Warzonek
  2. 2. 1. Strengths 2. Weaknesses 3. Opportunities 4. Threats 5. Porter’s DiamondTheory 6. CulturalVariations 7. Top 5 Exports 8. Top 5 Imports
  3. 3.  Climate  Tropical weather  Moderate Rainfal  Politics  Citizens determine ruling  Prevents monopoly  Geography  5th largest country in the world  Giving them many resources  Resources  Timber Forests  Mineral Resources
  4. 4.  Climate  Dryness of the semiarid Northeast  Resources  Illegal harvesting of timber  Politics  People don’t always make the best decision for country  Geography  Unequal income distributions
  5. 5.  Brazil was Canada’s 36th largest export market for agri-food products  Increase demand for healthy foods  Put more focus on retail sector  Importers looking for higher end products
  6. 6.  JBS and other beef producers are struggling with the band of Beef in Canada and other countries  Bombardier major threat to Embraer  Both develop similar aircraft and other transportation
  7. 7.  Firm’s strategy, structure and revelry  FTA increases competitiveness  Intense revelry at home market  Factor Endowments  Low skilled labor  Demand Conditions  Strong home demand exists  Related and Supporting Industries  Strong ari-business sector
  8. 8.  Brazilians need to know and trust person before doing business with them  Resent outside legal presence  Brazilians negotiate with people not companies  Most cities it is acceptable to arrive late  Men should be dressed in dark suit  Women should elegant suits and dresses
  9. 9. Top 5 Export Commodities in 2008 Commodities 2008 (Value in million US$) Iron ores and concentrates $16,538.50 Petroleum oils, crude $13,682.80 Soya beans, whether broken or not $10,952.20 Meat and edible offal $6,013.30 Other aircraft (ie airplanes, helicopters, aeroplanes);spacecraft $5,498.50
  10. 10. Top 5 Import Commodities in 2008 Commodities 2008 (Value in million US$) Petroleum oils, crude $16,574.40 Petroleum oils, other than crude $9,689.70 Motor cars and other motor vehicles principally designed for the transport $5,342.60 Parts and accessories of the motor vehicles $4,982.10 Mineral or chemical fertilisers, potassic $3,856.90

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