sábado, 28 de abril de 2012


By Teacher Valdemir MOta de Menezes, the Scribe


The human being is often so greedy and greedy that you want the delay of others in order to subdue his like. Thus Portugal forbade the economic development of the Brazilian colony. Only Brazil had allowed the manufacture of coarse cloth to make clothes for the slaves.


With the coming of the Portuguese royal family to Brazil in 1808, as it fled from Napoleon to conquer the territory of Portugal. Brazil has to import from England

In 1846 the textile industries have been given tax breaks. But the industries could not progress by missing free men and wage earners to buy. In 1850 the Law Eusebius de Queiroz prohibiting the slave trade, the capital was idle and the rich are investing in the industry.
In 1907 there were 3000 industries in Brazil
In 1920 had 13 000 industries.
The lords became industrial mills.


Our great leader Getúlio Vargas suppressed exploiting oligarchies and went on to encourage national industries and the hiring of labor Brazilians

The great works of Vargas in Brazilian infrastructure were:
• National Petroleum Council (1938)
• National Steel Company (1941)
• Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (1943)
• Hydroelectric Company of San Francisco (1945)
• Petrobras

Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais and Rio Grande do Sul were the states that most companies have received, causing the outflow to these northeastern states.


With the end of World War II, Brazil's trade balance had a surplus, the country's fruit exports have more than matter, going to invest in more sophisticated sectors such as mining, steel and metallurgy

With President Kubitschek (1956-1961) and his plan of goals, Brazil leveraged as other industry sectors: Chemicals, pharmaceuticals, automobiles, ships plants. During this period the multinationals settle in the country.

In 1964, the military take control of Brazil for two decades and remain in power. This was one of the most prosperous periods of the nation known as the "economic miracle". The military gave priorities to accomplish works of infrastructure for the industries in the country could produce. They built many roads to transport goods, power plants built to ensure the power supply so that the machines could work and facilities of cement factories ensured the growth of the construction.

With the Real Plan of 1994, Brazil implemented by the then Finance Minister Fernando Henrique Cardoso, the country experienced economic stability. The plan succeeded and his successor, Lula, even though the opposite political party, remained the same economic policy, ensuring better quality of life for Brazilians.

Make a summary of the Brazilian industrial revolution, the Internet search and summarize what you get. Nothing to copy texts from the Internet.

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