October 26, 2021
In the United States, Quitz talks about recognizing reforms this year and urging foreigners to invest in the country.  Economy

In the United States, Quitz talks about recognizing reforms this year and urging foreigners to invest in the country. Economy

Minister of Economy, Paulo Gates, This Wednesday (13) asked foreign traders to bring their companies to Brazil in the aftermath of the epidemic, and in 2021, cited the option of approval. Tax reform – This will reduce corporate taxes.

Quits in the United States for International Monetary Fund meetings (IMF) And Finance Ministers G20, Participated in the video conference of the Atlantic Council, a North American company.

“My word: trust in Brazil. Especially at this moment, when many companies change their location and leave China, they leave China and go to South America. Think about Brazil. , “He declared.

The tax reform cited by Quetz proposes to reduce taxation for companies, while at the same time restarting the taxation of profits and dividends distributed to individuals.

In addition to the tax reform, the Economic Minister said he hoped the Corios and Electropross management reform and privatization would also be approved by December.

Watch the video below for Mariam Leto’s analysis of tax reform still pending in Congress:

Mariam analyzes the tax reform and proposal to change the ICMS calculation

Paulo Quitz urged businessmen to have faith in Brazilian companies.

“Sometimes one is here, another, it’s the president, it’s the Congressman, it’s the Supreme Court minister. Sometimes someone makes noise. But the important thing is the companies. The companies work. Brazil is a vibrant democracy, we vote every two years, we two We were once high inflation. Our companies are working, elections are going to happen, ”he said.

Brazil will grow by 5.3% in 2021 and over 2% in 2022, the economy minister said The International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasts a 1.5% expansion next year. He recalled that the company made a mistake last year by predicting a more than 9% drop in the Brazilian economy when GDP fell 4.1%.