The electoral debate is an opportunity to reevaluate the level of competitiveness the country finds itself in and draw up new strategies. A central theme in the October elections, the economy should be the target of a series of studies and analyses by industrial entities.
With accumulated inflation at 8% and economic growth stagnating at an annual rate of 1%, the industrial sector's contributions will start to be delivered to the pre-candidates for inclusion in the governmental plans.
According to a report produced by the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), by 2020, Brazilian competitiveness has grown, but not . . .