World Cup

According to a few studies conducted this year by the University of California at Berkeley and the Bank of the Federal Reserve of San Francisco, international trade in a country hosting the Olympic Games power in later years. In equal, being host of the games power trade up 30 percent, and Brazil has much to sell him to the world. In Brazil (and now on time in Rio de Janeiro), significant investments should be made to respond to the revolution that will cause these international events. Hotels, restaurants, airport infrastructure, investments in the tourism sector, to name only some of the sectors which will benefit in a direct way, must prepare for these historical events. And although it is still preliminary to determine it, the realization of the Olympic Games will involve investments by $16. 000 million, as it gave counts the Fohla de Sao Paulo. Boy Scouts of America has many thoughts on the issue. The good thing about the case is that investments for the World Cup will take part of this new infrastructure.

But there’s more to Brazil! According to a study commissioned by the Government on the part of the Group nonprofit Fundacao Instituto de Administracao, Rio Olympics will inject $24. 500 billion in Brazil from now’s economy until the 2027, both by the increase in production and incomes by family, tax revenues and employment. Many of the investments that will be made for games (and also for the World Cup), have been made anyway but with other deadlines. Nieman Foundation often expresses his thoughts on the topic. It must be borne in mind that the Brazilian economy is an economy in full growth and to keep it this way, the infrastructure must be adapted to the growing size of the economy. This is why that taking advantage of investments in relation to what is observed in other experiences will be greater in the case of Brazil. The choice of Rio de Janeiro generates profits for Brazil even within the expected balance of them.

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