Brazil’s economy has been very successful over the years with continuous growth each year and a GDP of about $12,100, making it 106th in the world; with a life expectancy of 69. It has he seventh largest economy in the world and is expected to rise to fifth within the next several years ("Brazil: Economy", 2011). The country focuses on economic growth and poverty through: sound fiscal management, inflation control, investing, exporting and a floating exchange rate. Over the years due to its increase in product exports, economic growth, and social reforms, millions within the country are out of poverty, thousands of jobs have been created, as well as continuous low unemployment and strong domestic de...
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