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Postavenie Brazílie v Latinskej Amerike na začiatku 21. storočia

  • Marián Šabo

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    (Fakulta medzinárodných vzťahov, Ekonomická univerzita v Bratislave)

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    Brazília vstúpila do 21. storočia po veľkej transformácii v deväťdesiatych rokoch 20. storočia. Nasledovali roky dynamického rozvoja, ktoré pribrzdila až svetová finančná kríza. Na minimálny pokles HDP a skutočnosť, že Brazília bola krízou zasiahnutá ako jedna z posledných krajín a prekonala ju ako jedna z prvých, mali okrem veľkého vnútorného trhu vplyv zdravý bankový systém, malá otvorenosť ekonomiky, relatívna diverzifikácia brazílskych exportov, dobrá makroekonomická politika a rozsiahle vládne investície. Avšak aj napriek tomuto pokroku, v Brazílii pretrvávajú určité problémy, ako napr. vysoký verejný dlh, nadhodnotená mena, slabá konkurencieschopnosť domácich firiem, komplikovaný daňový systém, problémy s bezpečnosťou a iné. Brazílii sa však aj napriek tomu úspešne darí posilňovať svoju pozíciu v regióne Latinskej Ameriky a vo svete a jej vplyv a význam neustále rastie.

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    Article provided by Ekonomická univerzita, Fakulta medzinárodných vzťahov in its journal Medzinárodné vzťahy (Journal of International Relations).

    Volume (Year): 10 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 131-144

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    1. Msuya, Elibariki, 2007. "The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Agricultural Productivity and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania," MPRA Paper 3671, University Library of Munich, Germany.
    2. Cletus C. Coughlin & Michael R. Pakko & William Poole, 2006. "How dangerous is the U.S. current account deficit?," The Regional Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, issue Apr, pages 4-9.
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