Fortaleza will receive about R $ 1.5 billion in public investment. The main areas that the government aims to cover are Health, Education, Social Protection, Culture, Sport, Urbanization, Environment, Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility.
The Ceará economy stands out this year in Northeast Brazil in key sectors including business and tourism. Find out why 2018 has been so good for the state.
The Port of Rotterdam has invested in Pecem Port. Find out how this expansion will ensure Ceará port becomes the future logistics hub for Northeast Brazil.
Latest figures for GDP growth and job creation show the Ceará economy continues to run ahead of the region and the nation. Find out more.
A massive uptick in export volume, increased consumer spending and the first job creation in the region all drive the Ceará economy in the first third of 2018.
Latest figures for the Ceará economy show expansion at almost double the national rate with strong prospects for agriculture and industry this year.
With record steel exports and huge contribution to Ceará trade balance, Pecem Port consolidates its position as a key industry in Northeast Brazil.
Investment in Ceará moves up a notch with the arrival of tech parks and a health hub, bringing the state to the forefront of ICT in Brazil.
With billions in investment and state-of-the-art installations, Pecém Port is on track to become one of Brazil’s of largest import-export centres. Together with its steel plant and oil refinery, the port will create over 130,000 jobs and add double-figure increases to Ceará’s GDP between now and 2020. This unprecedented injection of wealth will have huge implications on the demand for property in the area.