Brazil is a upper-middle-income country located in South America.
Brazil's GDP was USD 2,242.85 billion in 2013, making it the world's 7th largest economy.
As of 2013 , Brazil had a population of 198.29 million people, at a population density of 23.28 persons per square kilometer. Per the World Bank, 15.13% of Brazil’s population is rural and 84.87% is urban. 24.57% of the population is under the age of fifteen, and 7.30%%of the population is over the age of 65. Brazil's population grew by 0.87% in 2006. Net immigration to Brazil in 2012 was -190,000 people.
In 2013 Brazil's GDP grew by 2.28%. The current GDP per capita is 11,195.01, in purchasing power adujsted USD.
Brazil's unemployment rate, in Mar-2014, was 5.03%, versus 5.13% in Feb-2014. Inflation in Brazil, as measured by the change in consumer price index, in 2013, was 6.20% in 2013 versus 5.40% in 2012.
Brazil's economy is predominantly services-based. Services account for 66.14% of the GDP and employs 62.70% of the population. Manufacturing and industry accounts for 26.29% of GDP and employs 21.90% of the population. Agriculture accounts for 5.24% of GDP and employs 15.30% of the population.
Government revenue in Brazil was 37.22% of GDP in 2013, while government spending was 40.01% of GDP. Government debt in Brazil, as a percent of GDP, was 33.62% in 2013.
Brazil's currency is the Brazilian Real (BRL). The latest exchange rate, as of 25-Jul-2014, is 2.22 BRL per 1 USD.
Brazil is considered by the World Bank to be "politcally unstable
" Life expectancy at birth is 73.35 years. 6.90% of Brazil's population is under-nourished, while 53.96% of its male population and 60.30% of its female population is overweight. n.a.% of the population smokes. Brazil spends $1,108.65per capita (USD PPP) on healthcare, and has 3.84 nurses per 1000 people, according to the WHO.
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Detailed topic page: Brazil Economy
Growth, employment, inflation, markets, trade, government finance and other economic data for Brazil.
Detailed topic page: Brazil Unemployment and Labour
Brazil unemployment data includes the unemployment rates, labour participation rates, youth unemployment rates and various other unemployment statistics.
Detailed topic page: Brazil GDP Growth
Brazil economic growth data includes gross domestic product for Brazil, real GDP, and various other indicators and breakdowns measuring change in market value of goods and services in Brazil.
Detailed topic page: Brazil Economy Data
Brazil asset markets data includes exchange rates, lending and stock market indexes.
Detailed topic page: Brazil Inflation
Brazil inflation data includes the consumer price index for Brazil, the GDP deflator, and various indexes measuring the cost of living.
Government finances data for Brazil includes government spending, government revenue and government debt in Brazil.
Detailed topic page: Brazil Demography Data
Population, births and deaths, health and disease, education and other demographic data for Brazil
Population, births and deaths, health and disease, education and other demographic data for Brazil.
Detailed topic page: Brazil Health Data
Disease and mortality statistics, healthcare systems, immunization rates and other health data for Brazil.
Detailed topic page: Brazil Education Data
Enrolment levels, teacher ratios, school funding, graduation rates and other education data for Brazil.
Detailed topic page: Brazil Society Data
Health, politics, culture, quality of life, sex, family and other society data for Brazil.
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Detailed topic page: Brazil Energy Data
Production, consumption, imports and exports of coal, petroleum, natural gas and other fuels for Brazil.
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