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The Brazilian electricity sector is governed by a complex legislation and regulation in the value chain of the Brazilian electric industry.
OIL AND GAS
After experiencing a boom from 2010 to 2013, from 2014 onwards the sector was hit by a kind of perfect storm.
Carrying out a balance sheet for 2019, up to the month of August, we observed that the agribusiness GDP registered a 1.38% increase.
Against several sectors of the Brazilian economy, the pharmaceutical market has emerged on the list of highest national revenue.
With digital transformation, the technology market is one of the fastest growing and is constantly developing, requiring new professionals.
Industry, as a whole, represents 21.2% of Brazil's GDP, but accounts for 71.4% of exports of goods and services and 72.2% of business investment in research.
NAVAL AND OFFSHORE
Historically, the state of Rio de Janeiro has the largest contingent of workers specialized in this industry, with a significant number of shipyards.
Known as “the industry of industries”, the chemical sector traditionally advances, on average, 25% above the Brazilian Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The volume of the services sector closed 2019 with an increase of 1%. This is the first increase in the sector since 2014.
The Brazilian Mining Institute (Ibram) estimates that investments in the mineral sector for the period 2020-2024 add up to US$ 32.5 billion.
The Financial Market includes the set of operations related to financial assets, such as securities, commodities and foreign exchange.
The Ministry of Infrastructure plans to raise R$ 101 billion with 44 auctions for railways, highways and airports.
The civil construction sector opens 2020 with growth prospects, according to the main entities in the segment. For CBIC, the sector should grow 3% this year.
Disruptive technologies can help transform the consumer goods sector and such changes can be stimulated by consumer behavior.
In retail, the economic crisis that hit Brazil in recent years is losing its strength, as evidenced by an analysis by CNC (National Confederation of Trade in Goods and Services).