Brazilian multinationals concentrate 24% of national exports

According to a study by the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), the participation of Brazilian multinationals in Brazil’s total exports rose from 18% in 2001 to 21% in 2013 and 24% last year. The survey showed that the participation of these companies in the value sold abroad has grown more than that of other large industries not internationalised.

Source: Valor Investe

Demand for energy in Brasil should fall 2% by 2020

Although energy consumption has shown stable signs of recovery six months after the beginning of social isolation measures against the pandemic, the perspective is that the National Interconnected System – SIN ends the year with a volume of demand 2% lower than last year, points out a recent study by the Chamber of Electric Energy Commercialisation (CCEE).

Source: Canal Energia

Crisis closes 50 thousand companies in the tourism sector

A study by the National Confederation of Commerce of Goods, Services and Tourism (CNC), shows that with the escape of the usual visitors 50 thousand tourist establishments closed from March to August. The number represents the extinction of 16.7% of tourist establishments in Brasil, especially bars and restaurants (39.5k), hotels, inns and similar (5.4 k) and road transportation (1.7k).

Source: Isto É