This article analyzes the evolution of the main indicators related to income and productivity in the last two decades, summarizing the main factors that brought Brazil to its current situation. The document lays the groundwork for the Panorama Brazil series, whose objective is to collaborate with the diagnosis and support the debate necessary for the country to enter a sustainable growth path with a better distribution of income.
Brazil has undergone several transformations since 1994, such as price stability and the reduction of inequality and poverty. However, even during the periods of greatest progress in economic or social indicators, the improvements have not stood out in comparison with other developing countries. Learn more about this evolution in our first installment of Panorama Brazil.