The report titled “Automotive Aftermarket in Brazil”, provides a comprehensive analysis of Brazil’s automotive aftermarket, growth of the sector, major products, hierarchy, new trends, developments, technology and future of Brazil’s automotive aftermarket. Industry Overview: Brazil is the ninth-largest vehicle market in the world, with sales over 2 million in the recent years. The country’s political and economic crisis has affected the aftermarket market. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and the automotive replacement market are the main markets in Brazil’s automotive industry chain. Brazilian automobile industry is responsible for the growth of the country’s economy since the beginning of the 20th century.
Both Singapore and Brazil has very less unemployment rate as compare to other countries of the world. As compare to each other Singapore looks good with less of unemployment rate as per Brazil. Some figures given below 2000-2004 2005-2009 2010-2014 Brazil 6.7 6.1 5.9 Singapore 2.9 2.8 2.8 In Brazil unemployment has increased by more than 10% as per the previous year figures. The number of people either working or looking for work has slightly increased. Singapore shows a constant unemployment rate.
5.0 FINDINGS, SUGGESTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS: 5.1 FINDINGS: The current ratio shows that the company is having sufficient fund to meet its short term obligations. The current ratio has been increased during the year 2013-14 as compared to the previous year. The company’s liquidity ratio shows a satisfactory trend in the year 2013-14, it is 1.7 times more than the previous year. The current assets to total assets ratio implies that the company is maintaining a considerable level of current assets in proportion to total assets. The cash to current asset is having decreased trend from year to year, this situation is not good for company in every year.
This is even higher than economies like Turkey, Bulgaria and Cuba. • Brazil has the highest tax-to-GDP rate in the Western Hemisphere, which is now 36%. However, Brazil's government perform tax breaks on goods in 2009 (Brazil Country Report 2009), which help Brazil's capital goods industry, including tax breaks with 70 items and subsidized loans to facilitate purchases and production of capital goods, with interest rate decrease
This was since 1950. Brazil high economy right before Italy and right after the United Kingdom. Brazil’s per capita gross domestic product is more than eleven thousand dollars per year. This is a very high GDP per capita. It is twice as much as China’s GDP, and seven times more than India’s GDP.
Its GDP is 1.2 trillion compared to its sibling countries of Italy and France at respectively 1.9 and 2.5 trillion each. So, not far behind them, but Spain has also been facing many problems in recent years. To still have a somewhat high GDP after being the last country in the E.U. to return from the recession beginning in 2008 is somewhat impressive. But, like before how Catalan had a minor effect on the stability of prices in Spain, it has a major effect on its growth.
During this period, it accounted for 25.7 percent of the total population, up from 18.7 percent in the previous decade. As of 2010, the nonresident population become 1,305,011 out of a total population of 5,076,732. According to the 2010 census, about 14.3 percent of the 3,771,721 residents of Singapore are PRs. Between 2005 and 2009, the PR population grew an average of 8.4 percent per year .It was much faster than the comparatively modest 0.9 percent average growth observed for Singapore citizens. This trend seemed to come to a rather abrupt finish in 2010, however, when the annualized growth of PRs fell to 1.5 percent while that of Singapore citizens held steady at 0.9 percent.
Introduction: Economic globalization has been associated with the hegemony of Western economic powers. However, the twenty-first century announced the emergence of new economic powers which can compete with traditional Western powers and Brazil has emerged as one of the world’s strongest economies. Brazil is also regarded as one of the countries of BRIC which refers to a select group of four developing countries including Brazil, Russia, India and China. Brazil is the fifth biggest country in the
First five countries are known as emerging and last 5 are known as developed countries. I expect to see nice variation in the number of ISO 9001 holdings both cross country and across time span of 10 years. First available data for ISO 9001 certifications is in 1993. Accepting year 1993 as first adoption of ISO certifications, except Indonesia and Denmark, in all countries evolution of diffusion of ISO 9001 certifications have improved over seven years. After 2002 there is a sharp decline for two years then it continues to improve till the year of 2008 when the effects of financial global crises start to spread over real economies in countries.
From the 1981 to 1983, Uganda experienced GDP growth of 5.5 per cent but recorded negative growth rates in 1984 and 1986. During the period 1987 and 1996, GDP grew at an average of 6.5 percent. The decline in monetary growth, together with growth in agriculture, especially food crop production, contributed to a reduction in inflation, from 200 per cent in 1987 to about 7.1 per cent in