Africa and the Middle East
Australia and New Zealand
Central and South America and the Caribbean
Wisconsin companies can be part of the transition.
An overall positive economic climate is leading to housing construction and the expansion of public services.
The market value is estimated at $1.5 billion.
Because of the reserves' location in the deep sea, research and development is needed along with related equipment, goods and services.
Hospitalar is the largest medical industry fair in Latin America and the third-largest in the world.
Jair Bolsonaro and his minister of the economy, Paulo Guedes, have promised to slash the public debt and overhaul the pension and income tax systems.
Cracking down on corruption is seen as a positive step for foreign investment.
Indicators for construction, agribusiness, real estate, FDI, and entrepreneurship are all pointing in a positive direction.
The U.S. joined the list of countries eligible for Brazil's e-visa program in January, making travel easier for Wisconsin companies seeking to visit Brazil to explore export opportunities.
Encouraging trends in industrial production and employment are causing analysts to improve their predictions and consumers to feel more confident.
Formerly among the most protectionist of the G-20 countries, Brazil has made ample progress toward liberalization in the past year.
As the economy emerges from a three-year recession, opportunities exist for Wisconsin companies in the energy, agriculture, infrastructure and telecommunications sectors, among others.
The sector is expected to increase production rapidly in 2017, creating opportunities for Wisconsin suppliers of equipment and other products that support agriculture.
The regulatory reforms are welcome news for firms wishing to bid on government projects..
According to Brian Winter, the chief director of the American Quarterly, “If history is any guide, Brazil’s Soccer Olympic Gold may be remembered as a turning point in the crisis.” In an interesting perspective, Winter sees parallels between the trajectories of the Brazilian economy and the performance of the Brazilian soccer league, pointing out how those seemingly unrelated events ended up connected by the mood of the country and its impact on the economy.
Brazil is prioritizing the liberalization of its service sector, an indication of the government’s desire to enter into negotiations on free trade agreements. A recent presidential decree called for Brazil to “pay special attention to strategic actions to promote the competitiveness of Brazilian companies in the global value chain, investment attraction, job creation and support for small to midsize companies.” Taken together, these developments indicate an interest in increased globalization on the part of Brazil’s gove
Despite the economic difficulties Brazil is facing due to a political crisis, forecasts for the energy sector are optimistic. According to the Brazilian Electrical Energy Agency, investments in this segment for the next four years are expected to amount to about $13 billion.
In August of this year, the city of São Paulo, Brazil, will host the seventh Green Building Brazil International Conference & Expo, the leading sustainable construction event in Brazil and one of the leading events in its category in the world.
Despite the political crisis affecting the Brazilian economy, some segments of the economy have shown growth and investment, including pharmaceuticals, beauty and cosmetics, IT innovation, textiles, agribusiness and renewable energy.