Foreign investment in Ceará recently is on a high after a German airport buy and a partnership with the all-important Rotterdam Port.
All signs from the latest news about the Brazilian economy point to a good start to the year. Employment has risen, inflation fallen and appetite for investment in Brazil from foreign entities continues to be high.
The latest Ceara economic news shows the state performing well on a number of key fronts. These include tourism, retail, car sales, exports and wind energy. Analysts believe these indicators bode well for continued strong performance in 2017.
Figures for 2016 leave no room for doubt – foreign direct investment in Brazil is on a high. Investment in December reached the highest ever for this month of the year and 2016 finished with an increase of 6 per cent.
2017 will see more investment in Pecem Port as this key industrial area in Northeast Brazil continues to register record figures.
The Brazilian property market faces 2017 with optimism. Based on the tandem of falling interest rates and rising investor confidence, many analysts are pointing to this year as the best time to buy Brazilian real estate.
As predicted, the celebration of the Olympic Games last year brought its rewards – 2016 was the best year for Brazilian tourism ever. Not only did international visitor figures soar, earnings from tourism also experienced an important increase. In addition, the current high season promises to beat last year’s record.
Brazilian tourism is enjoying one of its best years ever. After the successful Olympic Games in the summer, the country is experiencing a boom in visitor figures and spending. Government investment in infrastructure is paying off and everything points to an excellent 2016 for the sector.
The recent investment and expansion of Ceará free trade zone has attracted the attention of world experts. Pecem Port has just received one of the top accolades in the annual Global Free Zone awards. This combined with a significant uptick in handling at the port this year firmly places Pecem Port on the world map for trade.