U.S Commercial Service São Paulo U.S Consulate General São Paulo, Brazil President Luis Inácio Lula da Silva Took leadership on 1 st of January, 2003 Political party: Labor Party- PT 2002 - Won by 61.27% at the first mandate 2006 - Won by 60,83% at the second mandate
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U.S Consulate General
São Paulo, Brazil
U.S. Exports to Latin America (US.$ Billion)
Source: U.S Census Bureau
Brazil’s GDP US$ Billions
Trade Balance, Exports and Imports
(12 months rolling)
Current Account and FDI
(12 months rolling)
Source: Ministry of Commerce
Strong trade adjustment dampening external financing needs.
Composition of Brazil’s GDP rise.2007
Source: Agência Estado
3% of area
22% of inhabitants
34 % of GDP
41% of industrial GDP
32% of exports
43% of imports
68% of financial operations
Source: IBGE, Seade and Banco Central do Brasil, 2005
45% of world trade of medium aircraft
53% of Brazilian motor vehicle-production
70% of Brazilian sugar and alcohol production and exports. World’s biggest producer of orange juice.
60% of Brazilian capital goods production.
40% of Brazilian refining oil production.
Anápolis – GO Aracajú –SE Belém – PA
Belo Horizonte – MG Belo Horizonte – MG Betim – MG
Boa Vista – RR Brasília – DF Brasíia – DF
Campinas – SP Campo Grande – MS Campo Grande– MS
Contagem – MG Contagem – MG Caxias do Sul – RS
Cuiabá – MT Curitiba – PR Divinópolis – MG
Florianópolis – SC Fortaleza – CE Goiânia – GO
Goiânia – GO João Pessoa – PB Juiz de Fora – MG
Londrina – PR Macae – RJ Macapá – AP
Maceio – AL Manaus – AM Natal – RN
Novo Hamburgo – RS Palmas – TO Petrolina – PE
Porto Alegre – RS Pouso Alegre-MG Recife – PE
Ribeirao Preto - SP Rio de Janeiro-RJ Salvador – BA
São Luís – MA São Paulo – SP Teresina – PI
Uberaba – MG Uberlândia – MG Uberlândia – MG
Vitória – ES Vitória – ES
Asunción Ciudad del Este
(U.S. $ Billion) rise.
U.S. Census Bureau
Best Prospects: rise.
Wireless equipment & Services for 3G
HDTV related software & equipment (Set-top decoder boxes; transmitters for digital radio and TV, encoders, multiplexes, automation systems, studio TV cameras, video servers, IPTV solutions, digital transmitters for High Definition Television (HDTV), microwave systems
Brazil high tariffs (0-20%) & complicated tax system (Up to 60% FOB)Telecom Market US$ 46 billion
Source: Anuario Brasileiro deTelecomunicacoes
Pay TV households
LA - Most important countries *
FIxed phones / household
Mobile phones / population
Pay TV / households
Broadband / households
* Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Venezuela
Time spend in internet
Source: Ibope e-Ratingand IAB (Interactive Internet Bureau)
Abundance of cost line – over 5,000 miles long; Internet and pay TV clients
Less price-sensitive market;
Heavy duties as it is considered a “non-essential” market;
The market is expected to expand, accompanying the increased number of beach resorts being constructed along the northeastern coast of Brazil.
Small local production X heavy presence of foreign companies;
Brazilian boat fleet : Sao Paulo 80%, Rio de Janeiro 9% Santa Catarina and Parana together with 4%.Leisure Boats
Note: All above companies are manufacturing in Brazil.