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trade fact sheet brazil Contents 1. Introduction 1 2. Market Size 1 2.1 Global trade and relative position of Brazil 1 2.2 Global trade and relative position of Brazil in relation to the food and beverages sector 2 2.3 Value, volume and growth analysis of the food and beverage sector in Brazil 3 3. Competitor Analysis 4 3.1 International competition 4 3.2 Local competition: Local production and producers 4 4. Consumption/Demand 5 4.1 Local consumption patterns of goods 5 4.2 Trends in consumption and spending 7 5. Wine 8 5.1 Market size analysis 8 5.2 Competitor analysis 9 5.3 Consumption/demand analysis 9 6. Distribution Channels 9 6.1 Types of distribution channels available 9 6.2 Most preferred distribution channels 10 6.3 Regulations on distribution channels 10 7. Trade Regulation, Requirements and Standards 11 7.1 Tariffs 11 7.2 Import requirements and documentation 12 7.3 Standards and regulations 12 7.4 Logistics 12 8. Price 13 8.1 Price development 13 8.2 Price influencing factors 13 8.3 Methods of payment 13 9. Doing Business 14 9.1 Promotion 14 9.2 Business culture 14 10. Contacts 15 11. Sources and References 16 Appendix 17
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1 trade fact sheet brazil 1. Introduction Globally, the food and beverages sector represents a cornerstone of economic opportunity in that it is universal to human life and health. However, issues relating to regulations and standards governing the production and distribution of food across the world have increased the complexity of operating within the sector in different markets. In Brazil, the food and beverages sector is one of the economy’s most influential sectors and contributes significantly to sustaining Brazil’s rapidly expanding economy. This Trade Fact Sheet focuses on the food and beverages sector in Brazil and provides comprehensive and relevant market intelligence to assist potential exporters or businesses seeking to enter the food and beverages sector in Brazil. The Trade Fact Sheet outlines key fundamentals designed to enhance exporters’ understanding of the nuances of the market for food and beverages in Brazil and should assist potential exporters to make an informed decision on whether or not to enter the market. 2. Market Size 2.1 Global trade and relative position of Brazil Brazil, Russia, India and China (collectively known as the BRIC countries) represent the fastest growing and largest economies in the developing world and are playing an increasingly important role in the global economy. Collectively the BRIC market amounts to almost three billion people, representing just under half of the total population of the world. Each of the BRIC countries contributes significantly to global growth, with Brazil making an expanding contribution. In 2000, Brazil’s share of global output was 1.9% and by 2006 this figure had increased to 2%.
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