By Thomas J. Trebat

This publication offers a scientific research of the functionality of Brazil's huge state-owned corporations. The Brazilian economic climate encourages inner most company, however the executive itself owns and operates such severe industries as petrochemicals, metal, electrical energy and telecommunications. The Brazilian kingdom has assumed the function of an entrepreneur no longer for ideological purposes, yet as a realistic technique of dashing up the method of financial development. the writer examines the commercial and monetary functionality of those state-owned businesses when it comes to their contribution to monetary progress. He concludes that during Brazil they've been potent substitutes for personal funding in a few strategic industries and that their skill to collect quite a lot of capital, to draw expert managers, and to earn moderate gains accepted the Brazilian economic climate to develop extra swiftly throughout the Sixties and Nineteen Seventies than might were the case of their absence.

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