Market Introduction:

Brazil is the largest country in Latin America, covering an area of 8.51 million square kilometers. It is the fifth largest country in the world, second only to Russia, Canada, China and the United States. Population 186.03 million (2006); gross domestic production: $107.4 billion; average national income: $5731; top five industries with the highest output value: textile industry, machinery and equipment industry, automobile industry, paper and fibre industry; total imports: $91.3 billion, $95.62 million.

Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, and the largest city in South America and even in the southern hemisphere. It is the center of commerce, finance, culture and industrial manufacturing. Brazil is a party to GATT. In recent years, the Brazilian government has adopted a new economic policy, gradually opening up the market, introducing equipment and expanding imports, with a view to revitalizing the Brazilian economy. The Brazilian International Plastic Industry Trade Exhibition in 2015 will be the best opportunity for businesses from all countries to seize the market.

Brazil is the largest country in South America. Its area, population and total economic output rank first in South America. It has a strong radiation capacity for surrounding countries and regions. Therefore, each exhibition will attract a large number of South American and European and American businessmen, including Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and other countries to negotiate. Participation in the exhibition will be very helpful for expanding product publicity and opening up plastic industry markets in South America.

Due to the increase of domestic demand and public investment in Latin America, together with the overall growth situation of the global economy, the low interest rate of the US dollar and the rising price of raw materials in the international market, Latin American economic growth will reach 4.75% in 2010. MERCOSUR is composed of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, with a total population of 200 million and a gross domestic product of about 1.2 trillion US dollars. It is a force that cannot be ignored. Brazil, in particular, plays a leading role in the plastic industry and serves as an important bridge between South America and other parts of the world, such as North America, Central America, Europe and Asia. The International Plastic Trade Fair in Brazil, the ninth largest economy in the world, highlights its importance as a gateway to the South American market. In 2010, Brazil’s economic growth rate reached 6.5%, total exports reached 152.252 billion US dollars, while imports increased by 24.2 percentage points. Exports in the plastic sector grew by 30%, reaching $2.2 billion in 2008. Santa Catalina is the second largest producer of plastics in Brazil, with more than 600 enterprises and 27,000 direct employment opportunities. Its annual sales growth rate is 8.5%.

Scope of exhibits:

Plastic machinery and equipment: injection moulding machine, film blowing machine, bottle blowing machine, extruder, mould, plastic packaging equipment, bag making machine, hollow moulding machine, suction moulding machine, pulp moulding equipment, extruder, calender, plastic petrochemical processing machinery,

Plastic products: plastic containers, plastic pipes, plastic furniture, plastic household goods, plastic fitness supplies,

Others: chemical raw materials, auxiliaries and auxiliary materials for rubber and plastic processing; moulds and accessories for rubber and plastic processing; consultation and service for plastic industry, etc.

And this machine was sold out during this exhibition.

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