Recent evolution of the Brazilian automotive sector
The Brazilian automotive sector is responsible for employing over 1.5 million workers both directly and indirectly. In recent years, the sector collapsed along with most of Brazil's industries and revenues dropped from US$ 94 billion in 2011 to below US$ 52 billion in 2016. Investments in the industry have stagnated and accumulate US$ 29.4 million since 2006. The industry remains highly concentrated with the top 4 players sharing around 55% of the market in units. Prices to the end consumer increased at a CAGR of 3.3% for compacts and 7.4% for vans and sedans.
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