Igor Cornelsen Reminds Investors of Brazilian Resilience

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Brazil has joined the top tier of nations. This has made Brazil a prime target for investment. Learn why Brazil Banking Expert Igor Cornelsen thinks resilience is a key trait of the nation.

“There Will Be Rainy Days”

In 2014, the powerful Brazilian football team faced Germany in the World Cup semi-finals. On July 17, 2014, Price Watershouse Coopers Brazil Partner Evandro Carreras discussed the irony. Not only was the game in Brazil, but the Brazilian team was one of the favorites. Unfortunately, Brazil lost. Read more at https://angel.co/igorcornelsen1

Heretofore, Brazil had mastered the Joga Bonito, the beautiful game of FIFA World Cup Football, which combined artistry, playfulness and style. Brazil has the most championship titles for FIFA World Cup at five (Germany has four). Germany’s coach said they won due to a “clear and consistent game plan.”

“Brazilian Resilience”

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff urged her country to “Get up, shake off the dust and come out on top!” Brazilian resilience is one of the key factors that many investors are considering. Can Brazil handle adversity? See: http://igorcornelsen.tripod.com/

Can Brazil compete against Germany on the world economic stage?

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has ranked the top countries based on GDP Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) for 2015 with Germany being 5th and Brazil being 7th. How does Brazil Banking Expert Igor Cornelsen compare the countries?

“Brazil Primarily Imports German Industrial Products”

Brazil Investment Expert Igor Cornelsen discussed the growth of the banking sector on CNBC. According to the CIA World Fact Book, in 2012, Germany was Brazil’s fourth largest import partner at 7.2% consisting of primarily machinery, automotive parts and chemical products. But, Mr. Igor Cornelsen advises his clients to watch China. As China begins to industrialize, it may account for more of Brazil’s manufactured goods imports.