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Post time 2011-3-3 14:46:10 |Display all floors

Any news on February 2011 automobile sales in

......Brazil and China.

This is vital data to follow!
and is the oil fields in Venezeula, Brazil, Angola, Nigeria being secured?

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Post time 2011-3-4 00:11:21 |Display all floors
China just need to be careful because the next week Obama will be visiting Brazil and he is trying to co-opt Brazil to form a joint force against China.

Watch out, China!

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Post time 2011-3-4 11:33:04 |Display all floors

Reply #9 ChinaBrazil's post

Brazil "remembers" the "old games" the American Regime played on Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela!
and the USA crude oil market is already "saturated"........

....unless President Obama can "dangle benefits" or provide enough "threats", it's pretty unlikely for changes in present trends!

I reckon it's only COST BENEFIT equation now!

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Post time 2011-3-7 11:51:15 |Display all floors

Reply #9 ChinaBrazil's post

Watch out!

Brazil "sweet crude" are in precarious condition, due to "high production" cost.
In the "event of a price collapse", Brazil oil fields becomes TOILET PAPER!

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Post time 2011-3-9 21:15:33 |Display all floors
The issue involving the BRICs has very profound geopolitical implications and it is naive to think that they come together against the U.S. or Europe.

It's common to see increasing whining in Brazil against what they call the Chinese industrial invasion that are destroying its industrial park.

But anyway, the Chinese advantage is that after the meeting Brazilians will have with the U.S., the president of Brazil goes to China.

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Post time 2011-3-10 12:56:16 |Display all floors

Reply #12 GoChina888's post

Big "negotiation", i reckon.

Interesting global geopolitical games!
Could mean China needs to develop "technology" to help protect the CRUDE OIL installation in Brazil.
Deep Dive submersible "security units", perhaps?
Could we see the first ROBOT BATTLES in deep deep SEA BED regions!

Probably more on Brazil, nuclear bomb capability.
They Brazilians might improve the Air, Sea, Space, Undersea and land forces!
The Brazilians might ask for help in Policing too!
and ideas to "win the support of their underclass"!

Wide ranging discussions!

It should include some kind of "arrangement" for Automobile, Shipbuilding, Aircraft, Textile and other industries, to ensure Brazil position in the "sun" is protected!

Probably China would need Brazil to help patrol the "sea Trade Routes" from Brazil to South Africa!


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Post time 2011-3-18 23:59:35 |Display all floors

Vehicle sales in Brazil will double in 15 years, says minister

Study commissioned by the government shows that will be sold annually at the
Brazil, 6.8 million cars, motorcycles, trucks and tractors.

The number of vehicles sold annually in the country will double by 2025. The forecast is the minister of
Development, Industry and Foreign Trade Miguel Jorge.
The minister said a study commissioned by the federal government shows that in 15 years, will be marketed,
annually in Brazil, 6.8 million cars, motorcycles, trucks and tractors. Estimates of the National Federation of
Vehicle Distribution (Fenabrave) indicate that this year will be 3.4 million.
Miguel Jorge said that the demands of domestic and foreign vehicles will boost sales growth.
He said Brazil and the countries that comprise the group of the BRIC countries (Russia, India, China, and Brazil), the fleet is
composed of more vintage cars than in developed countries, and the rate of cars per capita is lower.
"About 60% of Brazil's fleet are less than ten years old. In Japan they are 83%, "said Jorge.
"The BRIC countries also have older fleets and therefore are capable of pulling the demand for cars."
The minister said, however, that reducing the tax burden levied on vehicles is vital for
Brazilian automakers can compete with this demand by factories in other countries. He said that in the country until
30% of the price of a car are made up of taxes, twice the world average.
"A vehicle in Brazil can cost twice what it costs in India, with a heavy burden of taxes in this
difference, "said Jorge. Still, according to him, the number of vehicle sales in the country could be,
approximately 50% higher if the taxes were lower and interest on loans as well.
"We would increase sales by about 1.8 million units if taxes were reduced to something like
16% interest and funding fell from 24% to 16% per annum. "

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