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From 2000 to 2006, Brazil achieved average annual real GDP growth of 3.1%, boosted by the county’s well-developed agricultural, mining, manufacturing, and service sectors. Regional economists predict that growth will increase to 3.8% over the next four years, while the Brazilian government has targeted almost 5%.

One of Brazil’s challenges will be to maintain sufficient growth to generate employment and continue to reduce the government debt burden. Targeted tax breaks and other measures announced in January as part of the country’s “Growth-Acceleration Package” have received mixed reviews.

Yet Brazilian stocks are soaring. Share prices on Bovespa, the São Paulo exchange, have doubled in the past three years. IPOs jumped to 26 last year, more than in any other emerging-market exchange except Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Where are the best investment opportunities in Brazil today? Hear from senior executives of leading public companies in Brazil, and learn what regional experts have to say about the country’s economic outlook and market potential.


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