Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Piracy sets record in 2019 and should grow with isolation

With the closure of formal trade, determined by several states to prevent the spread of coronavirus, piracy should grow in Brazil. The expectation is that illegal commerce will gain space with illegal downloads of movies and music, purchase of decoder stooches for the capture of cable TV channels and sale of products in e-commerce. According to the president of the National Forum Against Piracy and Illegality (FNCP), Edson Vismona, the consumer should be aware because the cheap can come out expensive and harm health, since even illegal products to combat coronavirus, such as alcohol in fake gel , are already appearing on the market. Record. Last year's data is alarming. According to the National Forum Against Piracy, Brazil lost R$ 291.4 billion to the illegal market in 2019. The amount is the sum of those of which 15 industrial sectors stopped selling with the estimate of taxes that were not collected due to illegality. The sectors of clothing, glasses, cigarettes, pay TV, personal hygiene, software, alcoholic beverages and fuels, among others, were researched. An estimate by the Latin American Smuggling Alliance (ALAC) says that, on average, the illegal market accounts for 2% of the GDP of Latin American countries. In Brazil, this percentage is at least 7.85%. According to Vismona, although GDP does not grow, illegality is increasing.
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