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Brazil GDP Annual Growth Rate

Last Release
Mar 31, 2022
Actual
1.7
Units In
%
Previous
1.6
Frequency
Quarterly
Next Release
Sep 01, 2022
Time to Release
1 Months 27 Days 14 Hours
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
12.3
Jun 2021
-10.7
Jun 2020
2.39 %1991-2022N/A
Brazil is the tenth largest economy in the world and the biggest in Latin America. The services sector is the most important and accounts for 63 percent to total GDP. The biggest segments within services are: government, defense, education and health (15 percent of total GDP); other services (15 percent); wholesale and retail trade (11 percent); real estate (8 percent); and financial services (7 percent). Also, industry contributes to 18 percent of GDP, with manufacturing (11 percent) and construction (4 percent) accounting for the largest share. The agriculture and livestock sector accounts 5 percent of GDP. On the expenditure side, household consumption is the main component of GDP and accounts for 63 percent of its total use, followed by government expenditure (20 percent) and gross fixed capital formation (16 percent). Exports of goods and services account for 13 percent of GDP while imports account for 12 percent, adding 1 percent of total GDP.

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The Brazilian economy advanced 1.7% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2022, picking up from a 1.6% expansion in the previous three-month period but slightly below market expectations of a 1.8% rise. It was the fifth consecutive quarter of economic expansion, driven by a 2.2% increase in household consumption amid higher demand for in-person services as Covid restrictions were relaxed. Also, government expenditure grew by 3.3%. On the other hand, gross fixed capital formation retreated by 7.2%, halting five consecutive quarters of growth amid lower levels of domestic production and imports of capital goods. Meanwhile, net trade contributed negatively to GDP growth, as goods and services imports jumped by 11%, while exports rose at a softer 8.1%. On a seasonally adjusted quarterly basis, the GDP rose 1%, picking up from a 0.7% increase in the previous period.

Brazil GDP Annual Growth Rate History

Last 12 readings

Brazil GDP Indicators

All Brazil indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
GDP
1,444.73
Dec 2020
1,877.81
Dec 2019
15.17
Dec 1960
2,616.2
Dec 2011
USD BillionYearly1960-2020
GDP Annual Growth Rate
1.7
Mar 2022
1.6
Dec 2021
-10.7
Jun 2020
12.3
Jun 2021
%Quarterly1991-2022
GDP Constant Prices
303,390.79
Mar 2022
305,183.95
Dec 2021
170,920
Mar 1996
314,900.22
Sep 2013
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Agriculture
25,587.14
Mar 2022
13,523.64
Dec 2021
6,923.17
Dec 1998
27,810.11
Mar 2021
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Construction
7,521.28
Mar 2022
14,987.87
Dec 2021
7,521.28
Mar 2022
20,193.53
Sep 2013
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Manufacturing
27,770.59
Mar 2022
29,239.41
Dec 2021
21,655.49
Mar 1999
37,408.43
Sep 2008
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Mining
2,202.74
Mar 2022
2,515.47
Dec 2021
1,096.77
Mar 1997
2,703.17
Sep 2018
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Public Administration
38,706.27
Mar 2022
39,006.91
Dec 2021
26,246.88
Mar 1996
40,163.89
Sep 2017
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Services
183,211.72
Mar 2022
189,963.16
Dec 2021
100,853.26
Mar 1996
189,963.16
Dec 2021
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Transport
8,930.64
Mar 2022
9,088.05
Dec 2021
5,031.39
Mar 1996
9,391.22
Sep 2014
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP From Utilities
14,372.78
Mar 2022
6,788.14
Dec 2021
3,667.91
Sep 2001
14,372.78
Mar 2022
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
GDP Growth Rate
1
Mar 2022
0.5
Dec 2021
-8.9
Jun 2020
7.8
Sep 2020
%Quarterly1996-2022
GDP per capita
8,228.79
Dec 2020
8,638.29
Dec 2019
2,634.95
Dec 1960
9,247.59
Dec 2013
USDYearly1960-2020
GDP per capita PPP
14,063.98
Dec 2020
14,763.87
Dec 2019
10,268.11
Dec 1992
15,805.22
Dec 2013
USDYearly1990-2020
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
420,043.62
Mar 2022
428,661.34
Dec 2021
35,403.16
Mar 1996
430,490.8
Sep 2021
BRL MillionQuarterly1996-2022
Gross National Product
2,187,879.74
Dec 2021
2,153,201.95
Sep 2021
271,187.46
Mar 2000
2,187,879.74
Dec 2021
BRL MillionQuarterly2000-2021

GDP Annual Growth Rate across South America

GDP Annual Growth Rate global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Argentina
6
Mar 2022
8.6
Dec 2021
-19
Jun 2020
17.9
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1994-2022
Bolivia
8.01
Sep 2021
21.91
Jun 2021
-24.63
Jun 2020
21.91
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1991-2021
Brazil
1.7
Mar 2022
1.6
Dec 2021
-10.7
Jun 2020
12.3
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1991-2022
Chile
7.2
Mar 2022
12
Dec 2021
-14.2
Jun 2020
18.1
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1997-2022
Colombia
8.5
Mar 2022
10.8
Dec 2021
-15.8
Jun 2020
17.5
Jun 2021
% Quarterly2001-2022
Ecuador
4.9
Dec 2021
5.6
Sep 2021
-12.8
Jun 2020
10.2
Jun 2004
% Quarterly2000-2021
Guyana
48.7
Dec 2020
4.3
Dec 2019
-13.19
Dec 1982
48.7
Dec 2020
% Yearly1961-2020
Paraguay
-2
Mar 2022
0.6
Dec 2021
-7.43
Jun 2020
13.94
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1995-2022
Peru
3.8
Mar 2022
3.2
Dec 2021
-29.6
Jun 2020
41.9
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1980-2022
Suriname
-13.4
Dec 2020
0.3
Dec 2019
-13.4
Dec 2020
10.8
Dec 1988
% Yearly1977-2020
Uruguay
8.3
Mar 2022
5.9
Dec 2021
-12.9
Jun 2020
11.4
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1998-2022
Venezuela
-26.8
Mar 2019
-20.2
Dec 2018
-26.8
Mar 2019
36.1
Mar 2004
% Quarterly1998-2019

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