Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Brazilian tourism has a 2.2% increase in revenues and creates 35,000 new jobs in 2019, according to a survey

Brazilian tourism grew 2.2% in revenues last year, moving R$ 238.6 billion, according to the ICV-Tur report - a survey index prepared by the National Confederation of Trade in Goods, Services and Tourism (CNC). It was the highest in the sector since 2017. 35,692 new jobs were created. A 1.2% increase over the total number of employees in the sector in 2018. But this growth still does not compensate for the deficit that occurred between 2015 and 2017. São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais were the states with the highest Restaurants and the like had the largest share among the segments of the 35,692 new jobs were created The Southeast was the region with the highest revenues: R$ 147 billion, representing 61.6% of the sector's entire gain. Followed by the South, with 15.9% and the Northeast, with an increase of 12.6%. The state of São Paulo alone generated revenues of R$ 96.7 billion, which accounts for 40.5% of the country's total profit. Rio de Janeiro, on the other hand, fell 3.8% compared to 2018, with revenues of R$ 25.5 billion. Minas Gerais raised R$ 19.2 billion, up 3.9% from the previous year. According to the CNC, the rates were higher in these regions due to the concentration of the flow of tourist services and the movement of wealth. As a result, regions with less investment in the sector such as the Midwest and the North represented the lowest share of sales flow, with 6.9% and 3%, respectively. Job creation In 2019, about 2.9 million people performed functions in the area, 67% of them in lodging and food activities. The restaurant and similar segment had the largest share of sales in Brazilian tourism, with growth of 53.3%. Followed by a high of 26%, attributed to passenger transport and 11% of lodgings and the like. Together the three sectors accounted for 90% of tourist sales, with revenues of R$ 216 billion.
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