On the coast, the average hotel occupancy is 91.4%. The carnival holiday is expected to generate an income of around R $ 480 million in the State of Ceará. The Coral Resort is located in Ceará where we offer different investment opportunities.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Brazil grew 26% in 2019 according to the data from the Global Investment Trends Monitor, released by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
Brazil’s economy increased by 0.6 per cent in the third quarter of 2019, beating experts’ expectations and bolstering hopes of a cyclical improvement in Latin America’s largest country.
Compared with the same quarter last year, the economy grew by 1.2 per cent, above analysts’ expectations of 0.9 per cent.
Ceará carries on improving every aspect. Latest figures from the quarterly report of the General Coordination of Labor Immigration (CGIL), show an increase of foreigners that invest in the state.
The economy of Ceará grew at twice the national rate in the second quarter of 2019. The gross domestic product (GDP) of Ceará, between April and June this year, closed at 2.08%. Which shows an increase compared to the same period last year.
The willingness to invest in Brazil is one of the highest in Latin America. Also, compared to the same period a year ago, Brazil’s GDP grew by 1.0%. Also, a 3.2% jump in fixed investment and a 0.7% rise in industrial production helped drive the expansion
There is more good news for Ceará. Not only aspects such as tourism or economy are improving. Unemployment in Ceará has decreased drastically over the last years.
Ceará’s economy carries on growing in 2019. Here is an overview of what and why economy improves in Ceará surpassing the national average.
Brazil is predicting a noteworthy increase in the agriculture production this year. The production of cereals, legumes and oil seeds for this year is estimated at 236 million tons. This shows an increase of 4.2% compared to last year.
Foreign investors are returning to the Brazilian market – The latest statistics published by the Central Bank of Brazil show a strong increase since April 2018. Banco Central do Brazil stated that from January until may in 2019, Brazil attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows of more than US$28.1bn (€24.8bn).