Don’t miss out on a unique Brazilian event bringing together the best experts of the market: THE 4th BRAZIL BUSINESS SUMMIT organized by The Economist Events at the Shangri-La Hotel in Paris.
After 7.5% growth in 2010, followed by a fall to 2.7% in 2011, the Brazilian economy is now stagnating with only 1% growth in 2012. This represents the biggest slowdown of the BRICS group and is causing investors to be concerned about the resilience of Brazil’s economy and growth model. Will the recent government stimulus projects to cut payroll taxes, limit public sector pay rises, reduce energy costs and improve infrastructure boost economic growth and competitiveness?
At the 4th Brazil Business Summit, senior executives and government officials will debate Brazil’s investment climate, new infrastructure projects, the future of the energy market and the expanding high-tech defense and aerospace industries.
Supporting Partner: EUBrasil