The Ministry of Economy has raised the country's gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2022 from 2.0% to 2.7%.
GDP is the sum of all goods produced by a country in a given period. If the forecast is confirmed, the economy will have turned over R$9.7 (US$1.9) trillion by the end of the year.
The change is due to the increase in employment, the performance of the services sector, and the increase in the investment rate.
The data were published on Thursday (15) in the MacroFiscal Bulletin, prepared by the PES (Secretariat for . . .