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Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the Brazil’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report’s contents include executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
Brazil is a leading player in the global wood and paper industry, ranking among the top ten largest producers of pulp, paper products and wood panels, as well as being the biggest exporter of pulp, according to estimates published in January 2019 by ...View more details
Brazil’s insurance sector continued to grow in 2018, albeit at a slower pace, against an accelerating economy and record-low interest rates. During the year, total insurance premium income rose by 3.7% y/y to BRL 444.9bn, propelled by an uptick ...View more details
Brazil is among the leaders in the global IT market. In 2017, its sales accounted for 1.9% of the worldwide total, ranking ninth in the world and first in Latin America. Within the region, its leadership is undisputed, as it is responsible for 39.1% ...View more details
The overall value added by Brazil's transportation, warehousing and postal services posted a negative CAGR of 1.1% over the 2013-2018 period. The performance of the industry fell slightly below the country's GDP, which reported a CAGR 0.7% in the ...View more details
In 2018, the real estate sector emerged as one of the driving forces of the Brazilian economy, expanding its gross value added by 3.1% y/y, well above the country’s GDP growth of 1.1%. This was largely attributable to a rapid recovery of the ...View more details
Between 2014 and 2016, Brazil went through one of the biggest economic crises of its history, recovering only in 2017, gradually growing at an average rate of 1.1% between 2017 and H1 2018. The infrastructure sector was hit particularly hard by the ...View more details
Construction was one of the sectors most affected by the 2015-2016 economic recession in Brazil. In 2018, despite the rebound of the economy, construction activity fell for a fifth year in a row, impaired by a high inventory of residential and ...View more details
In 2018, motor vehicle output and sales in Brazil rose for a second consecutive year, after a prolonged period of contraction. Acceleration in domestic demand stemming from greater consumer and business confidence, as well as record-low borrowing ...View more details