The 2011 guide to Brazil
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The 2011 guide to Brazil

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Growth remains the targetBrazil’s economy is facing new challenges, having come through the 2008 financial crisis virtually

unscathed. The government’s apparent determination to push for continued growth is reviving fears of

a rise in inflation

Bradesco: A decade of performance
Brazil has withstood the headwinds of the global economy. Bradesco’s solid strategic positioning will

ensure it continues to benefit from the country’s increasing global strength

2011: the year of the Brazilian stranglehold?Times are tough for international investment banks attracted by the dynamic Brazilian market. The

big local players have a tight grip on the business that they don’t intend to yield and may even soon be

challenging the foreigners in other Latin American markets

Strengthening while the world weakensBrazil’s credit is strengthening, not just in relative terms as the US and European countries suffer

downgrades, but in absolute terms: all three major rating agencies have increased the Republic of

Brazil’s credit rating this year, the first of Dilma Rousseff ’s administration

Corporate finance roundtable
The global financial crisis in Europe and the US is not just being transmitted to emerging market

companies through shifting demand from the developed world. Changing availability, liquidity and

pricing of debt is having an impact on corporate finance options for companies in the emerging

markets. Four senior corporate financiers at leading Brazilian companies tell Rob Dwyer about the

practical impact of the current financial volatility

A hint of things to come?What had looked like a promising year for Brazilian share issues failed to live up to expectations

Local firms change the balance of M&AM&A activity is changing character, with the number of cross-border deals falling as Brazilian

companies consolidate

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Project finance and the infrastructure challengeBrazil needs huge sums to develop its infrastructure but long-term project finance is becoming harder to find as European banks pull back and the dominant role of development bank BNDES discourages

local players


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