How Will Brazil Actually Benefit From The World Cup And Olympics?
Business Monitor International (BMI) has just published a special report, ‘Brazil World Cup And Olympics: Lasting Benefits Or Missed Opportunities?’, which focuses on the impact of increasing investment and rising capacity in a number of sectors in Brazil, in advance of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games.
The report assesses the outlook for Brazil’s infrastructure, logistics, telecoms and tourism sectors in light of developments ahead of the upcoming sporting events. It also analyses the longer-term implications of rising investment and growing capacity for Brazil’s economy. In addition, the report’s analysis of the major issues facing Brazil’s political leadership over the medium term contextualises developments at the sector level.
Readers will be able to use BMI’s core independent views on specific sectors directly impacted by the government’s development plans, the implications for Brazil’s economy, and the changing political landscape to inform and enhance their investment decision-making and risk-planning activities.
The report answers key questions, such as:
- How will infrastructure projects realistically play out following massive investment?
- What are the significant challenges facing foreign investors looking to break into the Brazilian market?
- What specific growth opportunities exist in the logistics sector?
- What does a major government-led investment drive mean for the telecommunications sector?
- How much growth can we expect in the tourism sector?
- What is the political and business environment outlook for Brazil over the medium term?
The special report draws on BMI’s 30 years of experience to critically evaluate the investment opportunities in Brazil in the near future, helping you assess the role that the country could play in your company’s growth strategy for 2013 and beyond.