Country Industry Forecast - Political and Policy Analysis for the Brazilian Energy Industry

 


Lula’s administration has made substantial progress towards achieving economic stability in Brazil by the induction of pension reform and the move to flexible exchange rates. Brazil’s international relations with developed economies making a gateway in terms of its trade relations. The FDI strategy of Brazil favoured the of foreign investors in energy industry, however the corporate tax rates are higher and they are approaching rates prevailing in USA, China and Germany. This research service covers key Political and Policy developments and their implications for Brazilian Energy industry. The base year for this research service is 2006 and the forecast period is from 2007 to 2010.

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Country Industry Forecast - Political and Policy Analysis for the Brazilian Energy Industry, Political Overview Political Trends and International Relations Political Structure and Key Political Issues International Relations Country Industry Forecast - Political and Policy Analysis for the Brazilian Energy Industry, Business and Industry Policies Macroeconomic Policies Fiscal PolicyMonetary PolicyTrade PolicyInvestment PolicyEnergy Industry Policies Transport Bio fuels Policy National Petroleum PolicyElectricity Sector RegulationElectricity for All- rural Electrification ProgrammeCountry Industry Forecast - Political and Policy Analysis for the Brazilian Energy Industry, Implications and Growth Opportunities Implications of Political and Policy Trends & Growth Opportunities Implications of Political and Policy Trends on Energy IndustryBusiness Growth Opportunities




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