The development activities undertaken by the has made it one among the ten largest economies over the world. The more concerned inflationary pressure on the economic activities has come under control in the recent years.
The services sector contributes a lot to country's economy followed by industrial sector. Major agricultural products in the country are coffee, soybeans, rice, sugarcane, and cocoa. Important industries are textiles, chemicals, iron ore, steel and motor vehicles.
Exports sector in the country has also relative importance. Major exportable items of the country are iron ore, cocoa beans, maize, sisal and tobacco. The country has huge deposits of minerals, iron, phosphates, manganese, uranium, copper, coal platinum and gold.
The following chart shows Brazil’s GDP (PPP) during 2007-2009. All figures are in US dollar trillion.
Brazil’s GDP- official exchange range, according to the 2009 estimates, was US$1.482 trillion. The next chart shows Brazil’s GDP-real growth rate during 2007-2009. All figures are in US dollar trillion.
The next charts show Brazil’s GDP-Per Capita and GDP- Sector Composition. All figures are in US dollar.