"Brazil's consumption-based growth model is running out of steam... We expect that slower, growth over the coming years, as the country's substantial economic imbalances unwind, could prompt some investors to re-evaluate their commitment to an economy that has been one of the major emerging market success stories over the past decade. If the authorities get this wrong, the impact on investor sentiment could be much worse..."
Business Monitor International (BMI) has just published 'The Party's Over - Brazil's Economic Imbalances Set To Unwind', a brand new special report that examines how Brazil's sizeable economic imbalances will unwind over the coming years, and the impact this will have on growth, financial markets and key sectors in Brazil's economy for the medium to long-term.
Use BMI's core views on Brazil's country and industry developments to enhance your investment decision-making and risk planning activities, answering key questions such as:
- Will a move from a consumption-based growth model to an investment and savings-focused model ensure continued growth for Brazil's economy?
- Which sectors will benefit and which will suffer from the changing shape of growth?
- How will Brazil's economic imbalances play out and what are the possible scenarios for change over the next 5 years?
- As economic imbalances are unwound what effect will this have on investor sentiment towards what has been one of the major emerging market success stories over the past decade?
The special report draws on BMI's 27 years of experience to critically assess the greatest economic and political risks for Brazil in the years to come, helping you assess the opportunities and challenges for your business in 2012 and beyond.