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Brazil – A country of opportunities. Paulo Safady Simão CBIC Chair. BRAZILIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CHAMBER. National and international representative of employer associations in the construction and real estate industry. 26 States and Federal District.

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brazil a country of opportunities

Brazil – A country of opportunities

Paulo Safady Simão

CBIC Chair

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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BRAZILIANCONSTRUCTIONINDUSTRYCHAMBER

National and international representative of employer associations in the construction and real estate industry

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26 Statesand Federal District

BRAZILIANCONSTRUCTIONINDUSTRYCHAMBER

UNIONS, EMPLOYER ASSOCIANTIONS AND CHAMBERS

62 Associations

Highway Construction

Sanitation

Real Estate

Construction Segments

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GENERAL INFORMATION

BRAZIL

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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RECENT GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS

“The stability of the economy and of

the country’s democratic institutions as well as frank dialogue between government and civil society were decisive in successfully confronting the crisis”

  • A development strategy based on investment
  • and mass consumption (domestic market) was adopted; and ...
  • Monetary policy
          • Reserve requirement
          • Reduced interest rates
          • Foreign trade (reserves)
      • Fiscal policy
          • Reduced taxes on production
          • Investments in construction
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ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
  • Economic stability;
  • Average growth of approximately 4.7% per year;
  • Growth driven by internal demand and by investments in infrastructure and housing;
  • Investments projected to grow by at least twice the rate of GDP in the coming 4 years;
  • Notwithstanding forecasts pointing to a renewed global downturn, domestic demand remains robust, international reserves and reserve requirements are higher than in 2008, and the fiscal situation is stronger.

Source: Ministry of Finance, Brazilian Central Bank (BACEN) and CBIC Database

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GDPGROWTH RATES

In the period 2011-2014, the consolidation of investments (driven by construction) and increased domestic demand is expected to spur average annual economic growth of 4,7%.

Source: Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). Preparation and estimates by the Ministry of Finance.

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MIDDLE CLASS ACCOUNTS FOR MORE THAN HALF OF BRAZILIAN POPULATION

DISTRIBUTION OF ECONOMIC CLASSES IN BRAZIL (% POPULATION)

Enhanced income distribution has added 29 million to middle class (Class C).

Note: Monthly household per capita income by class at 2009 prices: Class A/B: more than R$ 4,800.00; Class C: R$ 1,115.00 – R$ 4,800.00; Class D: R$ 804.00 – R$ 1,115.00; Class E: up to R$ 804.00.

Source: Getúlio Vargas Foundation/National Household Sample Survey. Prepared and estimated by the Ministry of Finance

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A MIDDLE CLASS NATION

COMPOSITION OF BRAZILIAN SOCIAL CLASSES (MILLIONS OF PEOPLE)

Source: Getúlio Vargas Foundation/National Household Sample Survey. Prepared by the Ministry of Finance

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BRAZILIAN ECONOMY: FORECAST

* IMF Forecast

Source: Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). Preparation and estimates by the Ministry of Finance.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

CONSTRUCTION

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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THE CONSTRUCTION

INDUSTRY IN CONTEXT

  • Represents approximately 20% of national industrial output;
  • More than 2.8 million formal workers;
  • More than 170,000 licensed companies;
  • Accounts for nearly 41% of fixed investments in Brazil.

Source and Preparation: CBIC Database.

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GROWTHOFCONSTRUCTIONINDUSTRY LABOR FORCE

Source: Annual Registry of Social Information/General Registry of Employed and Unemployed Persons (RAIS/CAGED), Ministry of Labor and Employment. Preparation: CBIC Database.

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REAL ESTATE MARKET

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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GROWTH IN REAL ESTATE

CREDIT 2002 – 2011 (financing volume)28

REAL ESTATE MARKET

Note: New and used units

Source: Brazilian Central Bank (BACEN), Brazilian Association of Real Estate Credit and Savings (ABECIP), and Federal Savings Bank (CEF) – FGTS Channel. CBIC Database.

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HIGH QUALITY

REAL ESTATE CREDIT

Brazilian Savings and Loan System (SBPE) – Agreements with more than 3 outstanding installments signed after 1998

MortgageGuaranty + FiduciaryLien

FiduciaryLien

Source: Brazilian Central Bank and Brazilian Association of Real Estate Credit and Savings (ABECIP)

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REAL ESTATEFINANCING AS A PERCENTAGEOFGDP

Source: Brazilian Central Bank (BACEN) and Brazilian Association of Real Estate Credit and Savings (ABECIP).

Preparation: CBIC Database

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CREDIT TRANSACTIONS BY

FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN 2009

(AT THE HEIGHT OF THE CRISIS)

Steering of funds at low cost was decisive for maintaining credit levels at the height of the global crisis.

Source: Brazilian Central Bank (BACEN). Preparation: CBIC Database

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MY HOME, MY LIFE PROGRAM

(PMCMV)

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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MY HOME, MY LIFE PROGRAM

(PMCMV)

  • Disbursement of MCMV Program (R$ billion)

*Caixa Econômica Federal estimate.

Source: Caixa Econômica Federal. Preparation: Ministry of Finance.

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ADDITIONAL GROWTH

INDICATORS ...

HOUSING NEEDS

(millions of units)

5.81

Cumulative shortage - 2009

23.49

2010 - 2022

Source: Civil Construction Industry Trade Union of São Paulo (SINDUSCON-SP), São Paulo State Federation of Industry (FIESP), Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV). CBIC Database.

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INFRASTRUCTURE

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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WHATIS THE PAC

  • It is a program of consistent investments aimed at meeting the challenges of infrastructure.

Source: PAC2 Report.

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GROWTH ACCELERATION

PROGRAM – SECOND PHASE

Source: PAC2 Report.

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GROWTH ACCELERATION

PROGRAM

  • Organizes government measures and supports private sector action over a 4 year period.
  • Develops an optimal environment to enable the country to grow at a faster rate through the execution of infrastructure studies, projects, and works.
  • Creates the conditions for addressing the obstacles to sustainable development.
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2014 FIFA WORLD CUP

Stadiums

Urban

Mobility

Ports and airports

Environment

sanitation

Telecommunications

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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INVESTMENTS FOR THE 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP
  • (R$ billion)

Source and Preparation: Ministry of Finance.

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2016 OLYMPIC GAMES

Environment

sanitation

Urban

Mobility

Stadiums

and arenas

Ports and airports

Telecommunications

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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PORTINVESTMENTS
  • Nine major projects of ports in the world (US$ billion)
  • Note: The expansion of the Port of Santos and the construction of the Açu Port in Rio de Janeiro, the largest venture investiment in port in Latin America.

Source: CG-LA ExameYearbook 2011-2012. Preparation: Ministry of Finance

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INVESTMENTPROGRAM IN TRANSPORTATION
  • Sixteen major transport projects in the world (US$ billion)

Source and Preparation: Ministry of Finance.

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INVESTMENTPROGRAM IN TRANSPORTATION
  • High-speed train linking the cities of Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Campinas
  • (R$ billion and % of total)

Source: STN/Ministry of Finance. Preparation: Ministry of Finance

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INVESTMENTPROGRAM IN TRANSPORTATION
  • Airport concession: Planned investments (R$ billion)

Source: STN/Ministry of Finance. Preparation: Ministry of Finance

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ENERGY
  • Subsalt;
  • Clean Energy;
  • Hydroelectric Plan;
  • Oil and Gas.

Brazil – A country of opportunities

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INVESTMENTS IN THE OILANDGAS SECTOR
  • Ten major projects in the Oil and Gas sectors in the world (US$ billlion)
  • Note: If plus ship-oil platforms whith building platforms the total value is US$ 40 billion.

Source and Preparation: Ministry of Finance.

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INVESTMENTS IN THE ELETRICITY SECTOR
  • Fifteen major projects in the Eletricity Sector in the world (US$ billlion)

Source: CG-LA ExameYearbook 2011-2012. Preparation: Ministry of Finance

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INVESTMENT FOR THE COUNTRY´SDEVELOPMENTANDGROWTH

Note: Updated in January 2012. Preparation: Ministry of Finance.

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OTHERS

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  • Investment in tourism;
  • Commercial buildings – shopping malls, warehouses for logistics;
  • TecnologicalInnovationProgram
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www.cbic.org.br

[email protected]: +55(61) 3327-1013

Fax: +55(61) 3327-1393

BRAZILIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CHAMBER

Paulo Safady Simão CBIC CHAIR

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