Analysis of Key Sectors of Brazil: Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Retail, Tourism, and Banking & Finance 2017 - 2022 - Product Image

Analysis of Key Sectors of Brazil: Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Retail, Tourism, and Banking & Finance 2017 - 2022

  • ID: 4388846
  • Country Profile
  • Region: Brazil
  • 136 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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When the global economic crisis hit in the 2008-09, having no more than a moderate impact on the Brazilian economy, erstwhile President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Worker’s Party having won the Presidential election in his 3rd attempt felt inclined to alienate himself from free trade and an open market associated with globalization. In 2010, in the face of increased state spending, the GDP reached the next highest of about 9.3% in the first quarter of 2010. In 2011, under the determined leadership of Dilma Rousseff assumed office, the Brazilian government’s will to protect against cons of globalization morphed into a preference for the Capitalism model of growth. This developmentalism form of government increased inflation while prices of key utilities affecting the inflation index, like food, oil, and electricity were capped. Moreover, tax breaks for preferred sectors were granted, while the Petrobras scandal involving politicians and well over US$2 billion in siphoned money raged on.

The deceleration in China’s economy combined with speculations of a hike in USA’s interest rates has inspired austerity, which has exacerbated the conditions in Brazil. The rate of joblessness is increasing while the country has little social security for those who have been laid off in response to closing manufacturing units. The Real lost against the dollar, making imports costlier. Over the past year, nearly 0.5% of the GDP, or about US$27.3 billion had been racked up in deficits. Brazil’s GDP, once growing YoY at 10.10% in 1995, is now contracting at 0.20% YoY from existing US$2.3 trillion. Inflation is worryingly high at 8.13%. The question that pulsed in everybody’s minds: What can be done about this?

The answer came in the form of economic reforms spear headed by Joaquim Levy, Chicago-educated Brazilian Finance Minister, who painstakingly convinced senators that austerity is the only way to remedy the deep running issues and to avoid losing the investment grade. Interest rate has been hiked to a record 13.25%, highest in 6 years to reflect investment friendly sentiments. Tax breaks for preferred industries, as well as subsidies on fuel have been removed.

Attempts are being made to achieve normalcy again. Aiming at the primary fiscal surplus target of 1.2% of the GDP within the year, Mr Levy remains positive about taking it to 2% gradually. Real gained against the dollar in response to tightening of fiscal measures. Petrobras regained its lost grace and led the surge in the stock market, while also signing a deal of US$3.5 billion with China. Investors should expect better corporate governance in return from this: not a bad gain for long term investors in one of the largest economies of the world.

Brazil is the 6th most populated country in the world. Its consumer market is set to overtake that of France and UK by 2020, becoming the 5th largest in the world. Its middle class is 100 million strong and rising, with a GDP per capita increasing from the current US$11,208. The dismal income inequality gap has been steadily closing. In view of the recent fiscal tightening measures, a short term slump can only be followed by prosperity in the long term.

Drivers

Infrastructure will drive Brazil’s growth, on the back of US$850 billion in state allocated as well PPP generated funds to be used on transport (road, rail and ports overhaul) and energy infrastructure, construction driven by the upcoming Olympics. An expanding middle class, especially in Brazil’s interior cities, with the country’s disposable incomes rising at 14% between 2001 and 2011, will fuel a rising retail sector, especially in the Franchising area despite a currently contracting retail market. Pharmaceuticals growth has decelerated from double digits, but may well continue at a solid 7 to 9% annually. Tourism will experience growth from the regional and international markets, and the famous regulatory frameworks in place in the Brazilian finance market will bound back.

Constraints

This Report Offers:

The study identifies the situation of Brazil and predicts the growth of its Key Sectors. Report talks about growth, market trends, progress, challenges, opportunities, government regulations, technologies in use, growth forecast, major companies, upcoming companies and projects etc. in the Key Sectors sector of Brazil. In addition to it, the report also talks about economic conditions of and future forecast of its current economic scenario and effect of its current policy changes in to its economy, reasons and implications on the growth of this sector. Lastly, the report is segmented by various forms of Key Sectors available in the country.
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1. Introduction
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Research methodology
1.3 Definition of the Market
1.4 Areas covered
2. Executive Summary
3. Key Findings of the Study
4. Market Overview
5. Introduction
6. Economic Indicators
6.1 GDP
6.2 GDP Growth
6.3 Inflation rate
6.4 Interest Rate
6.5 Unemployment Rate
6.6 Fiscal Deficit
6.7 Current Account Deficit
7. Market Segmentation
8. Investment Opportunities
9. Market Dynamics
10. Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
10.1 Drivers
10.1.1 Growing Middle Class with Higher Purchasing Power
10.1.2 Ageing Population
10.1.3 Healthcare Becomes National Priority
10.2 Restraints
10.2.1 Limited Market Infrastructure outside of South East
10.2.2 High Taxes
10.2.3 Protectionism
10.2.4 Limited Talent Pool
10.3 Opportunities
10.3.1 Retail Market
10.3.2 Private Institutions
10.3.3 E-Health
10.3.4 E-Commerce
11. Infrastructure
11.1 Drivers
11.1.1 Rise in Private Public Partnership
11.1.2 Transport Concession Infrastructure Encouraged
11.1.3 Government Spending Targets
11.2 Restraints
11.2.1 Suspension/Scrapping of Some Projects
11.2.2 Bureaucracy
11.2.3 Corruption
11.2.4 Government Intervention
11.2.5 Constitutes Low Proportion of GDP Spend
11.3 Opportunities
11.3.1 High Speed Railways Investments by Government
11.3.2 2016 Olympics
11.3.3 Privatization of Airports
11.3.4 Housing Investment (Minha Casa Minha Vida )
11.3.5 Accelerated Growth Plan (PAC)
12. Retail
12.1 Drivers
12.1.1 Growing Middle Class with Higher Purchasing Power
12.1.2 Competitiveness
12.1.3 Advanced Technologies
12.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
12.1.5 Economic Growth
12.2 Restraints
12.2.1 Recession Gives Rise to Spending Cuts
12.2.2 Government Health Discourages Investment
12.2.3 Slow Economic Growth
12.2.4 Introduction of GST
12.2.5 High household debts
12.3 Opportunities
12.3.1 Development Opportunities and Market Potential in Interior Cities
12.3.2 Leveraging Superior Franchising Knowhow
12.3.3 Non Commodity Exports
13. Tourism
13.1 Drivers
13.1.1 Weaker Exchange Rate
13.1.2 Sao Paulo's Metro System
13.1.3 Leasure and Entertainment
13.1.4 Urbanization
13.1.5 On Arrival Visa facility to most of the countries
13.1.6 Olympics 2016
13.2 Restraints
13.2.1 Transport (Road, Rail, Air) Infrastructural Deficits
13.2.2 Inadequate Number of Hotels
13.2.3 Domestic Tourism Declines
13.2.4 High Fares
13.3 Opportunities
13.3.1 Olympics inspired International Tourism
13.3.2 Broker/Advisor
13.3.3 Travel Agents
13.3.4 Resorts/Hotels
14. Banking & Finance
14.1 Drivers
14.1.1 Skilled Labours
14.1.2 Increasing Banking Needs
14.1.3 People Tend to Save Money
14.1.4 Investments
14.1.5 Growing Secondary Market
14.2 Restraints
14.2.1 Low Interest Rates
14.2.2 High Non Performing Assets
14.2.3 Closed Stock Market for Foreigners
14.3 Opportunities
14.3.1 Broker in Stock Exchange
14.3.2 Demat Services
14.3.3 Merchant Banking/Investment Banker
15. Industry Value Chain Analysis
16. Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s 5 Force Analysis
17. Industry Policies
18. Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
18.1 Summary
18.2 Key Findings
18.3 Pharmaceutical Market
18.3.1 Key Findings
18.3.2 Production
18.3.3 Sales
18.3.4 Consumption pattern
18.3.5 Exports
18.3.6 Imports
18.3.7 Prices
18.4 Medical Equipments Market
18.4.1 Key Findings
18.4.2 Production
18.4.3 Sales
18.4.4 Consumption pattern
18.4.5 Exports
18.4.6 Imports
18.4.7 Prices
18.5 Healthcare IT Market
18.5.1 Key Findings
18.5.2 Production
18.5.3 Sales
18.5.4 Consumption pattern
18.5.5 Exports
18.5.6 Imports
18.5.7 Prices
18.6 Major Companies
18.7 Prices
18.8 Market demand to 2020.
19. Infrastructure Market
19.1 Summary
19.2 Key Findings
19.3 Sales
19.4 Consumption pattern
19.5 Exports
19.6 Imports
19.7 Prices
19.8 Major Companies
19.9 Commercial Construction
19.9.1 Statistics
19.9.2 Key Findings
19.9.3 Major Companies
19.9.4 Projects
19.9.5 Upcoming Projects
19.10 Industrial Construction
19.10.1 Statistics
19.10.2 Key Findings
19.10.3 Major Companies
19.10.4 Projects
19.10.5 Upcoming Projects
19.11 Infrastructure Construction
19.11.1 Statistics
19.11.2 Key Findings
19.11.3 Major Companies
19.11.4 Projects
19.11.5 Upcoming Projects
19.12 Institutional Construction
19.12.1 Statistics
19.12.2 Key Findings
19.12.3 Major Companies
19.12.4 Projects
19.12.5 Upcoming Projects
19.13 Residential Construction
19.13.1 Statistics
19.13.2 Key Findings
19.13.3 Major Companies
19.13.4 Projects
19.13.5 Upcoming Projects
19.14 Market demand to 2020
20. Retail Market
20.1 Summary
20.2 Food Products
20.2.1 Key Findings
20.2.2 Sales
20.2.3 Consumption pattern
20.2.4 Exports
20.2.5 Imports
20.2.6 Prices
20.3 Non-food Products
20.3.1 Key Findings
20.3.2 Sales
20.3.3 Consumption pattern
20.3.4 Exports
20.3.5 Imports
20.3.6 Prices
20.4 Major Companies
20.5 Prices
20.6 Market demand to 2020.
21. Tourism Market
21.1 Summary
21.2 Key Findings
21.3 Tourists (Country Wise)
21.4 Major Locations
21.5 Major Companies
21.6 Market demand to 2020.
22. Banking and Finance Market
22.1 Summary
22.2 Key Findings
22.3 Banking System
22.3.1 Key Findings
22.3.2 Government Regulations
22.3.3 Banking Sector Performance
22.3.4 Index Performance
22.3.5 Major Banks
22.3.6 Net Demand and Time Liability (NDTL)
22.3.7 Non Performance Assets (NPA) Trends
22.3.8 Priority Sector Lending Trends
22.4 Financial System
22.4.1 Stock Market
22.4.1.1 Key Findings
22.4.1.2 Major Players
22.4.1.3 Major Companies
22.4.1.4 Government Regulations
22.4.1.5 Index and Its Performance
22.4.1.6 Market Volatility
22.4.1.7 Foreign Investment
22.4.2 Commodity Market
22.4.2.1 Key Findings
22.4.2.2 Major Commodities
22.4.2.3 Major Companies
22.4.2.4 Government Regulations
22.4.2.5 Market Volatility
22.4.2.6 Foreign Investment
22.4.3 Mutual Funds
22.4.3.1 Key Findings
22.4.3.2 Major Commodities
22.4.3.3 Major Trends
22.4.4 Insurance
22.4.4.1 Key Findings
22.4.4.2 Major Commodities
22.4.4.3 Major Trends
22.4.5 Market demand to 2020.
23. BioFuel Market
23.1 Summary
23.2 Key Findings
23.3 First Generation Fuels
23.4 Second Generation Fuels
23.4.1 Key Findings
23.4.2 Sales
23.4.3 Consumption pattern
23.4.4 Exports
23.4.5 Imports
23.4.6 Prices
23.4.7 Market demand to 2020.
23.5 Third Generation Fuels (Bio Diesel)
23.5.1 Key Findings
23.5.2 Sales
23.5.3 Consumption pattern
23.5.4 Exports
23.5.5 Imports
23.5.6 Prices
23.5.7 Market demand to 2020.
24. Competitive Landscape
24.1 Existing Companies
24.2 Upcoming Companies and Projects
25. List of Figures
26. List of Tables
27. Abbreviations
28. Works Cited
29. DISCLAIMER
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