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BRAZIL BUSINESS HISTORY
Transcript of BRAZIL BUSINESS HISTORY
BRAZIL ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES
Since Brazil does supply a lot of things that are needed world wide there economy has not dropped as much as it possibly could of .
DOING BUSINESS IN BRAZIL
Brazil is a major exporter of many of the world’s most sought after commodities which has, for example, seen its trade flows with the emerging super-economy that is China explode over the past decade or so. Couple this fact with the enormous surge in commodity prices over the same period and it’s an easy assumption to make that Brazil is in a very good place at the moment. Indeed, Brazil weathered the economic storms of 2008 pretty well and didn’t really dip in the manner of many other advanced industrial countries. The often used phrase which Brazilians use when things are going well in the country; ‘God is a Brazilian’ has probably been much in use of late.
BRAZIL BUSINESS HISTORY
Nearly 50 percent of the population is under 20 years of age.
The economy is very dysfunctional because of the constant protests of workers demanding better pay.
Brazil is having a loss in money because they are not selling a lot of products to other countries.
Brazil is a major export for many of the important things that we use in are every day lives.
Even though Brazil is not a major contributor
to countries around the world they still
export a lot of important things
Brazil would go into a much bigger
loss in money if they stop
exporting these goods
If Brazil expanded there market and started
selling more items they would come more
out of dept
Brazil is currently working on expanding there market to more
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the history of Brazil: On September 7, 1822, Brazil declared there indpendence from Portugal and became a constitutional monarchy.
Brazil was one of only three modern states in the Americas to have its own indigenous monarchy for a period of almost 90 years.
Brazil's most severe problem today is arguably its highly unequal distribution of wealth and income, one of the most extreme in the world. By the 1990s, more than one out of four Brazilians continued to survive on less than one dollar a day.
people in brazil are very big soccer
fans. Brazil's soccer teams are strong contenders for all world soccer tournaments.
Brazil has won the world cup in
soccer in 1958,1962,1970,1994 and 2002.
by sam reynolds and jacob mcintyre