Brazil’s inclusion in OECD could raise GDP per capita by 0.4% per year

A study released by Ipea projects a 0.4% growth in per capita GDP per year with Brazil’s eventual entry into the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). If Brazil’s application is accepted and confirmed, the capital flow stimuli should boost foreign trade activity. The expected economic growth is approximately $7 billion annually in generation of goods and services.

Source: Space Money