Bright Business Consulting LLP

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Brazil for Companies

Brazil acquired an important role  in the world economy. The strong commitment of the Federal Government to develop the infrastructures, to diversify the local industry and to develop middle classes with high possibility of expenses represent an excellent network of factors that make the "Country" highly attractive for trade and foreign investments. Since the Nineties Brazil has adopted important measures for the macroeconomic stability still in use today.

The three pillars of the macroeconomic model, control of the inflation, tax liability and flexible exchange rate represent a winning combination that has just produced important results. Besides, the economic growth exceeding the Brazilian average, is essentially based on favourable demographic dynamics that increase the demand to consume (more than half of the population now is part of the middle classes, while the poverty threshold has cut by half) and a huge expense in infrastructures.

The opening process of the Brazilian economy has coincided with a prominent internationalization of its productive system. Mergers and acquisitions occurred in Brazil since 2009 have led to the establishment of great enterprises able to excel in the domestic market and to compete in the international market. To the traditional commercial partners, Argentina, United States and European Union, added in  recent years, a difference in the import-export trade: larger Brazilian presence in new markets – such as China, main outlet with 15,1% on the total of Brazilian export, but also India, eighth outlet with 2,2%.

Such economic diversified approach aims at making the "Country" less dependent on the traditional markets, therefore new opportunities open to foreign investors both in the domestic market and from Brazil towards the markets that otherwise from their Country of origin would not be accessible.

IMPORTANT PRODUCTIVE SECTORS

The important sectors in terms of wide spaces for the commercial penetration into the Brazilian market are mainly:

  • Pharmaceutical.
  • Furnishing.
  • Touristic.
  • Aerospace.
  • Environmental.
  • Nautical.
  • Petrochemical.
  • Telecommunication.
  • Food industry.
  • Agricultural and food industry.
  • Energetic.
  • Textile.
  • Logistics.
  • Mechanic and Industrial Components Industry.
  • Building.

Further opportunities for the foreign companies in Brazil are present through rooting into the market, that can be carried out through direct investments, agreements of industrial cooperation, or "Joint-Ventures", and that provides technology transfer.

The foreign presence in the different States, above all in the PMI, follows the distribution of GDP-PIL and contributes to its establishment on the basis of the prevailing features of the local economy and  of the competitiveness factors specific that make it different from the competitors.

A deep market analysis, is advisable for any decision regarding long-term investments: Bright Business Consulting LLP is the partner that provides wide warrants for supporting throughout this process.

Innovation and technological research are essential to access the incentives and tax benefits passed by the Government and by the "Structural Plan".

Some more incentives and tax benefits regard geographical areas of the Country there were considerable tax concessions might be granted on the Taxes on Company Income (about 75%).

Company Formations In Brazil

Practices For Visa Permanent

Deposit & Trademark Registration In Brazil

Emerging Markets

bannermap

Park European Excellence - PEE

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

CONTACT DETAILS

Bright Business Consulting LLP
58/60 - Kensington Church Street
LONDON - UK - W8 4DB 

CONTACT US FOR FREE   

fb   linkedin   twitter  

COMPANY PROFILE

Scroll to Top