Brazil’s Finance Minister Sees ‘Vigorous Growth” and 1.5 Million New Jobs in 2006

    Brazil’s Minister of Finance, Antonio Palocci, told reporters on Friday, December 23, that Brazil is ending the year with significant progress in the economic sphere.

    In his view, the effort made in 2005 to keep inflation within the government’s target and the savings achieved through the primary surplus will produce results next year in the form of what he termed "vigorous growth."

    Palocci affirmed that the situation at the end of this year is similar to the one that prevailed during the transition between 2003 and 2004.

    In 2003, he recalled, the government, faced with the threat of inflation, was compelled to adopt a more restrictive economic policy. The following year turned out to be one in which the economy grew 4.9%.

    He went on to point out that 1.5 million jobs were created in 2004 and that this is precisely what should occur in 2006.

    According to the minister, maintaining the fiscal adjustment policy over the long term is important for ensuring sustained growth in the coming years.

    Jobs

    13,831 formal jobs (with signed working papers) were created in Brazil in November. This represents a substantial drop in relation to November, 2004, when 79,022 new jobs were generated.

    These data come from the General Register of Employment and Unemployment (Caged), released by the Ministry of Labor and Employment last Thursday, December 22.

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      Lula\’s miracle
      Lula has been in government for just 3 years and has already suceeded to reinsert Brazil in the way of development. INFLATION is well controlled in a 5% year rate; EMPLOYMENT rate is rising up slowly, but regularly – 4,5 million new jobs has already been created by Lula’s Government; FOREIGN DEBT being honored and corresponds now to 1.4 times the country’s GDP, 3 years ago it was as high as 4.4 times the GDP! – also the country has fully repaid IMF in advance; FOREIGN TRADE performing exceptional results – in 2005 hit an astonishing US$44 billion trade surplus; Healthy INTERNATIONAL RESERVES valued U$57 – the highest ever registered; FISCAL POLICY is highly responsible, recording annual surplus of 5.28% in the domestic accounts, pushing down the domestic debt. Besides that economical figures, the social policy in Brazil is effective and its results also starts to show up: for the first time in Brazilian statistical historical series the income difference between richest and poorest started to decrease. Both richest and poorest population are becoming healthier, but the poor stepping faster than rich.

      For all these reasons the risk for investment in Brazil is sharply falling down and now it ranks about 300 – close to the long ago wanted investment grade premium.
      The present government in Brazil is a responsible and development oriented Government, that’s why all the Brazilian people will re-elected LULA president in 2006!!!!

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