quarta-feira, 15 de outubro, 2014

Import of parts should decrease

The President of the National Association of Automotive vehicle manufacturers (Anfavea), Luiz Moan, acknowledged yesterday that, with the dollar around $ 2.50, the trend is a move of nationalization of parts of the automotive sector, regardless of the technological innovation incentive program and Densification of the productive chain of motor vehicles (Innovate Auto), which aims to raise investments in the automotive industry through benefits in relation to the tax on industrialized products (IPI). The Declaration was given during opening lecture "prospects 2015", promoted by Autodata.
Moan has assessed that the sector needs a competitive exchange rate, "though no one knows the size". He pondered what it takes to make a qualitative analysis of the greenback, taking into account the effect of inflation, to assess what the optimal level of foreign exchange to improve the competitiveness of Brazilian industry in the world market. "In 2005, the industry exported 900 thousand vehicles, with Exchange rate around $ 2.50", cited.
The President of Anfavea returned to highlight even though the auto industry search other markets exporters to avoid dependence on Argentina. In addition to Colombia, whose tariff reduction agreement should be closed until the end of the year, he recalled that the industry intends to "improve" the deal we have today as the Uruguay and "Redo" the agreement with Mexico.
Expansion-the President of Anfavea estimates that if the growth in gross domestic product (GDP) of Brazil remains in 3%, "which is nothing extraordinary," the size of the automotive market is expected to reach 6.9 million units over the next 20 years. This prejeção, he said, is one of the main justifications for the $ 77 billion of investments in the sector between 2012 and 2018. Moan added that, until 2034, should be between $ 80 billion and $ 100 billion in new investment to the sector.
Regardless of who is the new President, the automotive sector must not be compromised, in the evaluation of Moan. This is because, according to him, the auto industry has a specific weight "quite strong" in the Brazilian economy. He recalled that, just like the production chain, the sector is currently responsible for nearly a quarter of the Brazilian industry, which represents nearly 5% of GDP.
If added after sales chain, Moan that this participation is even greater. According to him, the car industry is responsible, alone, for 12% of the tax revenue of the Government.
Settings-"in addition, we have a fairly large specific weight in the generation of jobs," he added. The President of Anfavea avoided direct comment about the two candidates vying for the second round, the President Dilma Rousseff (PT) and Senator Aécio Neves (PSDB), emphasizing only that any one of the two will have to make "some adjustments". "That's consensus," he said.
He also stated that the industry works with the Government to announce as soon as possible the conditions of Investment support programme (PSI), the Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e social (BNDES). "The conversations that we had, I don't think we're going to have trouble (to stop due to lack of resources of the Bank, as that year) and we're going to start the next year with basically the same conditions (from 2014)", commented. (AE)
Infomet - 15/10/2014
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