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2 Some economic highlights Largest forest-based industry in Latin America; Largest producer of: regional aircraft and the fourth largest producer of commercial aircraft; coffee, oranges, guarana (fruit) and sugar cane (along with India); Largest exporter of: beef and poultry; sugar and orange juice; Largest exporter and second largest producer of ethanol; 2nd largest exporter of: soy complex (grain, meal and oil); iron ore; organic food; 3rd largest producer of soft drinks; 3rd largest consumer market for cosmetics; 3rd largest producer of: shoes; bauxite and fruits. Source: Brazilian Government

3 Source: Economist Intelligence Unit

4 Brazil GDP Composition %

5 GDP Growth estimates (%) Source: Economist Intelligence Unit

6 Land Surface (million km2)

7 Source:IBGE In 2013, Brazil has an agricultural area of 65 million hectars or 7.6% of the national territory. There are also 220 million hectars of grassland today, leaving around 90 million hectares of unused/ready for immediate planting. Brazil has 375 million hectars of arable land, which can be used without damage for the environment against 270 million in U.S. and 160 million in China. In 2013, Brazil has an agricultural area of 65 million hectars or 7.6% of the national territory. There are also 220 million hectars of grassland today, leaving around 90 million hectares of unused/ready for immediate planting. Brazil has 375 million hectars of arable land, which can be used without damage for the environment against 270 million in U.S. and 160 million in China.

8 Life expectancy at birth: 72,26 years Source: Economist Intelligence Unit Population (million)

9 Ranking 2013 of the most internationalized* Brazilian Multinationals * Representative offices, plants, construction projects and sites, etc. Source: Fundação Dom Cabral

10 Countries with greater presence of Brazilian companies Source: Fundação Dom Cabral

11 Natural Resources Bauxite Gold Iron OreManganese Nickel Phosphates PlatinumTin Uranium Petroleum HydropowerBiodiversity

12 Brazils Total Trade Estimates – US$ billion Source: Economist Intelligence Unit

13 International trade: Exports Brazil X United Arab Emirates (2012) US$ 2,45 billion Source: SECEX

14 International trade: Imports Brazil X United Arab Emirates (2012) US$ 309,61 million US$ 309,61 million

15 Import opportunities from Brazil Recicle energies FootwearFruitsAgribusiness Auto parts CosmeticsMachineryMedical productsConstruction materials Textile

16 FDI inflows in Brazil – USD billion Source: Brazil Central Bank

17 FDI – inflows in Brazil – Main investors – USD million Source: Brazil Central Bank

18 FDI – inflows in Brazil according to industries– USD million Source: Brazil Central Bank

19 Investment Opportunities in Brazil Infrastructure and transport ConstructionTelecommunications

20 Demand for infrastructure services Source: National Logistics & Planning Company (EPL), Energy Research Company (EPE) and Ministry of Mining and Energy (MME) and Credit Suísse Produced by: Ministry of Finance

21 Investment estimates for infrastructure - US$ billion Source: Credit Suisse Research, National Logistics & Planning Company (EPL), Energy Research Company (EPE) and Ministry of Mining and Energy (MME) Produced by: Ministry of Finance

22 Investment at World Cup 12 host cities; 12 stadiums are estimated at US$3.1 billion by reforming or rebuilding public and private stadiums; Besides stadiums will be invested US$ 35 billion in public transportation, US$ 3,9 billion in airports, US$ 425 million in ports, US$ 1,5 billion in energy, US$ 7,1 billion in water supply, US$ 7,3 billion in hotels, US$ 674 million in hospitals and US$ 720 million in security; It is estimated that the 2014 World Cup will drive more than US$ 80 billion into the Brazilian economy. Source: KPMG

23 Investment Opportunities – Olympics First Olympics held in South America; Rio de Janeiros projected budget of US$14.4 Billion (US$ 2.8 billion for structuring the Brazilian Olympic Committee and US$ 11.6 billion for infrastructure: stadiums, sports venues, roads and subways); Estimated the economic boost of the games at about US$51 billion. Source: KPMG

24 Pre-Salt Petrobras recently made the largest oil discoveries in Brazil in the pre-salt layer located between the states of Santa Catarina and Espírito Santo, where major volumes of light oil were found. Source: Petrobras

25 Pre-Salt Source: Petrobras

26 Shopping malls Source: Brazilian Association for Shopping malls (ABRASCE) Total number of shopping malls: 479 To open in 2013: 16 Number Planned for December for 2013: 495 Total number of stores: Estimated revenue (2012 ): US$ 59,75 billion

27 Shopping malls Source:IBGE Cities between and inhabitants represent 5.2% of Brazilian cities (287 cities)... Brazil 287 cities 40,6 mm de inhabitants Income: US$ 15,8 bi/month Demand: US$ 5,2 bi... and represent 20% of the demand for Shopping in Brazil.

28 Airline companies Source: Agência Nacional de Aviação (ANAC)

29 Hotels Source: FOHB (Hotel Operators Forum of Brazil)

30 Brazilian companies in the Arab countries

31 Arab companies in Brazil Brazilian companies with UAE capital :

32 Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce – Business Support The Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce issues Certificates of Origin, approved by the League of Arab States, and certifies documents and general contracts guaranteeing the origin of the goods and traded services. Certification Specialized professionals translate texts in Portuguese / Arabic like documents, advertising, labels, packaging, business cards, sales materials, publications, among others. Translation Reference center for research on Brazil and Arab countries in subjects like economics, trade, culture and tourism. Commercial Knowledge Center

33 Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce – Business Support Professionals responsible for the relationship with Members. Commercial Professionals in charge for regions of Arab countries (North Africa, Levant and Arab Gulf) and Brasil providing market information aiming to strengthen the relationship between businessmen from both regions. Regional Intelligence Center Professionals that provide company contacts and create business opportunities. Contact Center

34 Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce – Business Support Business Opportunities: List of Arab and Brazilian companies Arab and Brazilian company profiles Business matchmaking opportunities Negotiation Culture Business Opportunities: List of Arab and Brazilian companies Arab and Brazilian company profiles Business matchmaking opportunities Negotiation Culture Business Intelligence: Market reports Import rules and regulations Online Information Platform Business Intelligence: Market reports Import rules and regulations Online Information Platform Actions and Events: Business Missions Trade Fairs Business matchmakings Sector bilateral lectures Actions and Events: Business Missions Trade Fairs Business matchmakings Sector bilateral lectures

35 Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce - Communication The Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce has several communication tools aiming bringing together Brazil and the Arab Countries: Website: Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce TV ANBA: Brazil-Arab News Agency Presence on Social Networks Partnerships with press agencies in Brazil and the Arab Countries

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