Indústria Automobilística No Paraná: Impactos Na Produção Local E No Restante Do Brasil
The goal of this article is to measure the level of synergic interactions produced by the flow of goods and services, the multiplier effect of production and the overflowing to the economic sectors of Paraná and the rest of Brazil, with especial attention to the automobile industry. The data base was the input-output interregional system Parana-rest of Brazil (Brazil except Parana) estimated for 2000. The results showed that the average of overflowing of the multiplier effect of production in the direction Parana-rest of Brazil was approximately 20%, while in the direction rest of Brazil-Parana it was less then 1%. The biggest percentages of overflowing of production were found for the sectors Siderurgy and Metallurgy (44%), Textiles (33%), Clothing, Footwear, Leather and Skins (33%), Electrical/Electronic Material (33%) and the Automobile Industry (31%). In the case of the Automobile Industry of Parana, each R$ 1,000.00 in production growth would generate about R$ 480.00 in the economy of Parana and R$ 659.00 in industries in the rest of Brazil. The indirect effect of production growth of the sector would benefit mainly the sectors of Commerce, Chemicals and Machinery and Equipments in Paraná, and the sectors of Metallurgy, Chemical and the Automobile Industry in the rest of Brazil.
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