Privatization In Brazil

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/25/11 Privatization In Brazil Kachi Anukam
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1/25/11 The Privatization Record – Quick Facts Privatization generated much excitement in Latin America in the 1990s. 77% of all privatizations in developing countries in 1998 took place in Latin America In 1999, the region accounted for more than half of such privatizations (Franko, 2007). Examples of ambitious programs of privatization were undertaken in Mexico, Argentina & Chile among others.
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1/25/11 Why is Brazil different? Compared to other Latin American countries like Mexico & Chile, Brazil came late to the privatization game around 1990 to be specific. Much of Brazil's privatization experience since 1990 is better understood as a response to the fiscal pressures on the public sector, which worsened significantly in the 1980s. Before the privatization process really began, the state held high percentages in most of the industries in Brazil.
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1/25/11 State Percentages Before Privatization The state held 100% of sales in public utilities 67% of steel
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course ECON 361 taught by Professor Meyer during the Fall '10 term at George Mason.

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