In 2030, the population of Brazil will reach 229 million, an increase of 10.0% from 2015. This population growth will be driven by increases in older age cohorts, whilst younger age groups will decline. As birth and fertility rates fall and life expectancy increases, the median age will rise briskly. The urban population will rise rapidly in 2015-2030 and by 2030 87.9% of the total population will be living in urban areas.
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Brazil in 2030: The Future Demographic
Brazil in 2030
Brazil Insurance Report
BMI View: Brazil's insurance industry has continued to grow despite the
combined effects of low economic growth and high inflation on the country's
wider financial services sector. The core drivers of growth over recent years
have been the expansion of the middle class, combined with an ageing population
which, together, have supported
Brazil Real Estate Report
View: Brazil's sluggish economic growth, forecasted at 2.8% for 2014, continues to dampen both investor and consumer confidence and weakens its economic position in Latin America. As the host of major sporting events in 2014 and 2016, economists were hopeful about the potential growth opportunities that this would bring. However, industrial prod
Brazil Food and Drink Report
BMI View: The Brazilian consumer faces a dim outlook over 2016, on the back
of a deepening recession. A weak economic environment characterised by slow job
creation and high inflation will continue to constrain private consumption
growth. As a result the food and drink industry will contract in US dollar terms
Key Trends &
Brazil Retail Report
BMI View: Brazil is in the midst of the largest economic and political crisis
in more than a decade. This is having an adverse impact on household incomes and
consumer confidence. While a gradual recovery is expected to start in 2017, a
weak labour market, elevated inflation and reduced access to consumer credit
will continue weighing o
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