Brazil is a upper-middle-income country with a large-sized economy, located in South America. Brazil has the world’s 7th largest economy by nominal GDP.
As of 2013 , Brazil had a population of 198.29 million people, at a population density of 23.69 persons per square kilometer. Per the World Bank, 14.83% of Brazil’s population is rural and 85.17% is urban. 24.08% of the population is under the age of fifteen, and 7.53% of the population is over the age of 65. Brazil's population grew by 0.86% in 2007. Net immigration to Brazil in 2012 was -190,000 people.
According to the IMF1, in 2013, Brazil’s GDP was USD 2,242.85 billion. Brazil's GDP grew at 2.28% in 2019. Current GDP per capita, in purchasing power-adjusted dollar terms, is USD 12,060.07.
The most recent figure for inflation in Brazil, as measured by the change in consumer price index, was 6.20% in 2013, versus 5.40% in 2012. The unemployment rate in Brazil in Mar-2014 was 5.03%, versus 5.13% in Feb-2014.
Brazil's economy is predominantly services-based. Agriculture accounts for 5.71% of GDP and employs 15.30% of the population. Manufacturing and industry accounts for 24.98% of GDP and employs 21.90% of the population. The service sector accounts for 69.32% of the GDP and employs 62.70% of the population.
Brazil's government revenue, in 2019, was 37.54% of GDP while its government spending was 40.01% of GDP. Brazil's government debt, as of 2013, is 33.62% of GDP.
Brazil's currency is the Brazilian Real (BRL). The latest exchange rate, as of 03-Mar-2015, is 2.85 BRL per 1 USD.
Brazil is considered by the World Bank to be "politcally unstable
" Life expectancy at birth is 73.62 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 collection: Brazil Demography Data
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