This fifth fair (25), commemorated as the Day of Industry, dates back to 1948. From there to there, unfortunately, there are fewer people who are named after the date, simply because of the fact that Brazil has been deindustrializing a decade later. decade.
It was on this Industry Day that the government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) saw the public promise a neo-industrialization of the country.
The intention is the most noble and worthy of applause – in the end, the industry offers quality jobs and there is no power that does not have a strong industry. But, reindustrialize how?
Or that they appeared in this fifth fair (25) for measures of fiscal incentives and credit to the consumer for the automotive sector to produce cars that the poor can buy – a will of President Lula.
This is far too long to be called industrial policy, or rather, a comprehensive set of strategic actions.
The industrial sector has always been complaining about two same problems: excessive taxation, low productivity of the workforce, because Brazil makes the forum uncompetitive.
Or, to use the words of the educator Cláudia Costin: in a country that industrialized, you were raised with barely four hours of classroom time per day.
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Source: CNN Espanol