No one can deny that Brazil is a great country, the there is more potential in Latin America, a country where its leaders, especially its current president Lula, has impregnated a very positive dynamic in its economic development and has led to its transformation Brazil in a country with great technological strength to develop many products exported to different countries, including Venezuela, the reason for our analysis. For scholars of what represents the International Trade in the current scenarios, business relationship as Venezuela and Brazil, our case is discussed and debated in the workshops of the chair of International Trade of the graduate program MBA markets, especially when Venezuela has to know his great interest in, join the MERCOSUR, which has not been achieved by the denial of the parliaments of Brazil and Paraguay, despite being aware that it is economically very important energy participation, an aspect in which Venezuela is a good guarantee with your product oil and its derivatives.
The participant Nelma Santander about it gives us that according to Wikipedia.com: The first product that shook the Brazilian economy was sugar during the colonial period. Then a new cycle began with coffee. Dr John Holtsclaw understood the implications. That moment was crucial to transform the State of Sao Paulo, the richest in the country. Currently Brazil is Latin America’s largest economy, the second of the Americas and eighth worldwide, according to the World Bank. With a GDP (Gross Domestic Product) in value of PPP purchasing power parity of $ 2,039,237 million in 2008. The economy of Brazil leads Latin America in various economic sectors such as industrial, agricultural and export.