- Aug 28 2014
About this product:
Brazil has long been on a short list of automotive specialty-equipment markets that SEMA is tracking as having the potential to develop into one of the world’s most important. Brazil first came onto the association’s radar screen due its position as the largest market in South America as well as a citizenry known for an obsession with cars, trucks and motorsports.
SEMA executives traveled to Brazil first in 2005, and so it is time now to provide an update on a number of factors that they were exploring back then as well as market changes. In a two-article series (download Brazil Part 2 here), we will look at the factors most typically used by exporters in determining which markets to target.