Brazil’s Industry Confederation says 82% of large companies intend to invest in 2021

"This figures suggests that a strong recovery in industrial activity is expected to be consolidated after the most critical period of the pandemic," says the survey

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A survey conducted by the National Confederation of Industry (CNI) shows that 82% of large companies intend to invest this year. It is expected that 35% of these investments will be directed to improvements in the production process and 33% to increase production capacity, through the purchase of new machinery and technology.

"This indication suggests that a strong recovery in industrial activity is expected to be consolidated after the most critical period of the pandemic," says the survey. For another 15%, the main goal is to maintain production capacity and, in 11% of them, to introduce . . .

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