Increased Imports and Brazilian Industrial Stagnation: The Role of Class C in this Process
Modern Perspectives in Economics, Business and Management Vol. 1,
29 June 2021
The research that brings you here analyzes the impacts promoted the growth of class C in the freezing process of the Brazilian industry and increased imports. This emerging market, known as Class C, incorporated some of the low income segment, has distinct characteristics and needs, and rightfully so eventually burden in the short term the production of Brazilian companies, who felt the need to opt for imported commodities, semi-manufactured and manufactured in order to maintain market share and return on their investments. This fact is actually part of a trend of global economic transformation, but here is also due to many irregular actions of the Brazilian government against the political need for short-term. From quantitative and qualitative data were sought to better understand the profile of this consumer and draw some recommendations for organizations to better facearem this new demand. It also sought to know the actions taken by a major cosmetics company that has part of its products for the class C.
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