Brazil's Consumer Spending in Times of Economic Recession

  • ID: 4143330
  • Report
  • Region: Brazil
  • 22 pages
  • Euromonitor International
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Brazil, once one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, is experiencing the worst recession in decades. Insights into how household spending patterns are changing after the economic recession can help companies identify opportunities and succeed, despite weak income and expenditure growth. The research forecasts that consumer spending growth in Brazil will remain weak through to 2030, as the average household income is not expected to overtake its 2014 level before 2025.

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Brazil’s Consumer Spending in Times of Economic Recession

March 2017
Brazil’s Economic Recession
Income and Wealth in Brazil
How the Recession Affects Spending by Different Income Groups
How the recession affects spending by different income GROUPs
Conclusion
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