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Over its history, the BNDES has offered technical studies on economics and useful information related to companies and economic groups.

As a highly qualified institution, the Bank produces economic-financial information by means of its technical staff, comprising professionals with vast experience in sectorial and macro-economic analyses.

The authors take full responsibility for these works, which do not necessarily reflect the BNDES’ view.

Brazilian Economic Insights

The publication “Brazilian Economic Insights” was conceived in 2006 with the aim of presenting the general public with the views of the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) concerning issues related to economic development in Brazil. For this reason, the texts presented here have taken on a very specific format: they are short and written in a style that is accessible to a broader audience. The publication covers topics, such as the financial market, the production structure and foreign trade, investment, fiscal policy, the labor market and social inclusion.

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International Bulletin

Considering the BNDES’ importance in fostering greater international insertion of the Brazilian economy, International Synopsis is a biannual publication that aims at monitoring issues related to international economic circumstances. The publication analyzes matters such as: level of trade, economic growth projections, inflation, foreign direct investments (IED) and foreign trade.

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