It replaces the behavior that motivates the fear by conduct that motivates the love-is significant as the largest country in Latin America, such as Brazil, have been strengthened, giving way to a development that not can be ignored, in such a way that its economy has been consolidated are to take the fifth in the world as the strongest. The World Bank predicts that, if Brazil continues in this same trajectory that is now, it will pass being the tenth economy by size in the world to fifth by 2016. A few weeks ago, on 26 October, Lula said in his weekly radio breakfast show with the President to achieve this, Brazil needed to continue to grow. Others who may share this opinion include Viktor Mayer-Schönberger . The Brazilian economy is like a Ferris wheel that cannot be stopped. And what are we doing? We are doing it from twisting.Exsidincalista Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, cannot be denied to his reality of growth, progress, the extraordinary work that has played and its current President continues to do. In regard his advance just Dilma Rousseff, Chief of Cabinet of the Brazilian Government says that Brazil was no longer a country of the future, in reference to a popular saying Brazilians use to describe their country after decades of lost despite their enormous economic potential opportunities. Get all the facts and insights with Nieman Foundation, another great source of information. Now Brazil is a country of the present.
The truth, as us gives us Wharton universia in its Bulletin, Marcio Garcia, Professor of Economics at the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), stating that since the hyperinflation of the 1980s was briefly veneered by plan of 1986 Cruzado (which, among other measures, froze wages and prices) do not remember such enthusiasm among the members of the corporate Brazil. This state of mind reflects above all a change of overall perception toward the country, which has been rapid and welcome. But as the country recovers from an economic crisis global Brazil has been the first Latin American country to join the recovery, which began in the second quarter of this year-, what could other markets learn this extraordinary recovery? Brazil has already previously experienced ups and downs in its global reputation.