Venezuelan Market

Furthermore policies were established through the use of internal or regional markets, aimed at improving productivity and quality of processes and products made locally. Integration strategies were implemented its subsidiaries in the networks of trade, production and technology. Venezuela and Brazil currently maintains a close relationship from the standpoint of political, commercial and social, for the fact that countries that share borders are considered South American leaders on energy, on the other side join efforts and establish partnerships with In order to encourage industrial and agricultural sector. These countries have a number of weaknesses, opportunities, strengths and weaknesses from the standpoint of political, economic and cultural that are involved by integrating, for analysis consider the following. Weaknesses: Brazilian nation has a food production sector which is potential and internationally competitive, which creates a disadvantage to Venezuela to compete in these areas.

To tap into the Brazilian market are what is called custo Brazil, which means business costs arising from trade barriers as a mechanism to strengthen their export growth, which becomes a weakness for power production venture with Brazilian national market. Change control implemented in Venezuela became a major barrier limiting the exchange between both nations. As regards the trade balance can be seen that exports from Brazil to Venezuela have grown significantly, while that for Venezuelan exports have gradually lost space in the Brazilian market. The Brazilian economy is characterized by an economy based on free market, while Venezuela is saving regularized through price controls, among other changes.