The Brazilian Software Industry

@inproceedings{Botelho2003TheBS,
  title={The Brazilian Software Industry},
  author={Antonio Jose Junqueira Botelho},
  year={2003}
}
In the course of the nineties, Brazil developed a vibrant, dynamic and large software industry. Experiencing double digit growth rates during the whole last decade, the Brazilian software market, at US$ 7.7 billion (values for 2001), is the world's 7th larger, comparable in size to the Indian or the Chinese, with the domestic industry accounting for 98% of the total 1. In the late nineties, the industry employed over 165,000 people in 10 thousand firms. Its share in the Brazilian IT market… CONTINUE READING
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