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Title: Doing Business in Brazil Mr. Miguel Rovira Regional Director


1
Doing Business in Brazil
  • Mr. Miguel Rovira
  • Regional Director Americas
  • Governors Office of Economic Development
  • International Trade and Diplomacy

2
Reasons for Doing Business in Brazil
São Paulo Brazil
3
Reasons for Doing Business in Brazil
Matarazzo Building is headquarters of São Paulo
City Hall
Photo Montage of the City of Sao Paulo
4
Reasons for Doing Business in Brazil
Manaus, Amazonas
5
AGENDA
  • About Brazil
  • Economy
  • Culture
  • Market Opportunities
  • Industries
  • Market Challenges
  • Constraints to Doing Business in Brazil
  • Issues Facing Brazil
  • Cost of Doing Business in Brazil

6
ABOUT BRAZIL
  • Area 8,514,877 sq km
  • Population 203,429,773 (July 2011 est.)
  • President Dilma Rousseff
  • Government Type Federal Republic
  • GDP 2.172 trillion (2010 est.)
  • GDP Composition by Sector
  • Services 67.4 (2010 est.)
  • Industry 26.8
  • Agriculture 5.8
  • Unemployment Rate 6.7 (2010 est.)

7
economy
  • Brazil is the 7th largest economy in the world
  • Brazil is today South America's leading economic
    power and a regional leader, one of the first in
    the area to begin an economic recovery.
  • Brazil grew 7.5 in 2010, compared to an
    estimated 2.3 growth in the G7 countries and
    2.8 in the United States
  • Highly unequal income distribution and crime
    remain pressing problems.
  • Underutilized Natural Resources

8
ECONOMY
  • Exports 201.9 billion (2010 est.)
  • Export Commodities Transport equipment, iron
    ore, soybeans, footwear, coffee, autos
  • Export Partners China 12.5, US 10.5, Argentina
    8.4, Netherlands 5.4, Germany 4.1 (2009)
  • Imports 181.7 billion (2010 est.)
  • Import Commodities machinery, electrical and
    transport equipment, chemical products, oil,
    automotive parts, electronics
  • Import Partners US 16.1, China 12.6,
    Argentina 8.8, Germany 7.7, Japan 4.3 (2009)

9
iNDUSTRIES
  • Sector with higher than average growth are
  • Transportation
  • Telecom
  • Oil and Gas
  • Mining
  • Brazil will spend billions in infrastructure
    development of its roads, railroads, ports and
    airports as well as in stadiums as it prepares
    for the World Cup 2014 and the Olympics in 2016.
  • Other leading sectors for U.S. exports and
    investments include

10
industries
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Aerospace and Aviation
  • Airports
  • Information Technologies
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation
  • Electrical Power
  • Oil and Gas
  • Safety and Security
  • Environmental Technologies

11
INDUSTRIES
  • Mining
  • Medical Equipment
  • Architecture / Engineering / Construction
  • Brazil is one of the largest Information
    Technology markets within the emerging economies

12
constraints to doing business in brazil
  • Bureaucracy
  • Poor Infrastructure
  • Corruption
  • Lack Technology
  • Preference to Local Companies
  • Tax on imports
  • Significant Barriers
  • Developing Country
  • Heavy Import Taxes

13
issues facing brazil
  • Uneven income distribution
  • Poor public education
  • Significant imbalance of market concentration
  • Informal economy that hinders tax collection
  • Tariff barriers, a complex custom system,
    overloaded legal system, heavy taxes,
    bureaucratic procedures and onerous product
    licensing raise costs for doing business in
    Brazil
  • The World Bank ranks Brazil 127 out of 183
    economies in the world in terms of ease of doing
    business

14
COST OF DOING BUSINESS IN BRAZIL
  • Understand how to deal with Labor Force and Taxes
  • Liberal and socialist policies
  • Labor Unions have more influence in Brazil
  • Taxes increase the cost of doing business

15
EASE OF DOING BUSINESS GLOBAL RANK
Source www.doingbusiness.org
16
Source www.doingbusiness.org
17
Economy Overview
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
18
Starting a Business
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
DEALING WITH CONSTRUCTION PERMITS

Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
19
Registering Property
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
Getting credit
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
20
Protecting Investors
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
Paying taxes
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
21
Trading Across Borders
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
Enforcing contracts
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
22
Closing a Business
Source International Finance Corporation, The
World Bank. Doing Business 2011 Brazil Making a
difference for Entrepreneurs
23
Real Reasons to Do Business in Brazil
Iguazu Falls Brazil. Author Martin St-Amant
24
Real Reasons to Do Business in Brazil
Ipanema Beach
25
Real Reasons to Do Business in Brazil
Copacabana Beach Brazil
26
Real Reasons to Do Business in Brazil
Soccer Brazil
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