The latest key data on Brazil

The latest key data on Brazil

According to IMF International Monetary Fund GDP Gross domestic product at current prices is at its slowest growth rate in 2012 since 2006 and also private and public consumption, gross investment and exports and imports have been declining

GDP at current prices growth rate was 10.4 % in 2006, 12.3 % in 2007, 13.9 % in 2008, 6.8 % in 2009, 16.4 % in 2010, 9.9 % in 2011 and 6.3 % in 2012. The picture at constant prices: 2006 4.0%, 2007 6.1 %, 2008 5.2 %, 2009 -0.3 %, 2010 7.5 %, 2011 2.7 % and 2012 0.9 %.

Private consumption growth rate was 2006 5.2 %, 2007 6.1 %, 2008 5.7 %, 2009 4.4 %, 2010 6.9 % 2011 4.1 % and 2012 3.1 %.

Public consumption growth rate in 2006 amounted to 2.6 %, 2007 5.1 %, 2008 3.2 % 2009 3.1 %, 2010 4.2 %, 2011 1.9 % and 2012 3.2 %.

Gross investment growth was 2006 8.0 %, 2007 and 2008 each 15.6 %, 2009 -17.7 %, 2010 31.1 % , 20’11 3.1 % and 2012 -9.0 %.

Export growth rate reached 5.0 % in 2006, 6.2 % in 2007, 0.5 % in 2009, 2009 -9.1 %, 2010 11.5 %, 2011 4.5 % and 2012 0.2 %. Exports were in 20’06 USD 137.8 billion, 2007 USD 160.6 billion, 2008  USD 197.9 billion,  2009 USD 153.0 billion, 2010 201.9 billion, 2011 USD 226.2 billion and 2012 242.6 billion

Imports were growing in 2006 18.4 %, 2007 19.9 %, 2008 15.4 %, 2009 -7.6 %, 2010 35.8 %, 2011 9.7 % and 2012 0.2 %. Imports in value terms 2006 USD -91.4 billion, 2007 USD 120.6 billion, 2008 USD173.1 billion, 2009 127.7 billion, 2010 181.8 billion, 2011 USD226.2 billion and 2012 USD 223.2 billion.

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI, net) growth rates  in 2006 USD -9.4 billion, 2007 USD 27.5 billion, 2008 USD 24.6 billion, 2009 USD 36.0 billion, 2010 USD36.9 billion, 2011USD 76.0 billion and 2012 USD 68.1 billion.


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