The economic crisis - external debt - Sadia and Perdigao
The economic crisis in Brazil at the beginning of the 80 forces the company to maintain, throughout the decade, approximately the same number of pigs slaughtered in 1980. What is striking is that in 1986 the Concordia plant of Sadia group hit 855,501 heads and in 1989, only 601 507 (almost 30% less). This was the result of the instability of supply resulting from the slaughter of sows in 1988, as a consequence of Cruzado Plan.
In the 50 Sadia and Perdigao start the writing process of an economic group that combines clustering with family structure, that is, the combination of dissimilar elements?
However these groups found difficulties in disposing of their products in the markets of the cities of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, for rail, modern for the time, which benefited the western Santa Catarina, was not able to drive the nobles and chilled products of agro-industries.
[...] The 80 accounted for the Latin American economy, a long period of low economic growth, caused by the foreign debt crisis and the weakening of national states in their capacity to formulate development policies for national interests. Crisis 90 - Opening of foreign competition Trade liberalization in the early 90s and monetary stabilization policy boosted the restructuring of different production chains. Before the overvalued exchange rate, high interest rates and credit restrictions was an intense transnational process of the sectors of poultry, soybeans and pigs in Brazil. [...]
[...] The first focuses on the national business role in shaping the post-1930 state. the second line turns to detect different structures and forms of organization and representation of the interests of business groups with the state apparatus. These studies show the relationship of entrepreneurs in the implementation of institutional measures in general level. At the regional level, the work of GIESE (1991), Silva (1991) and CARIO (1991) analyzed the role of Santa Catarina businessmen and their coordination with the state in the formation and consolidation of the agro- industrial capitalism in the region in question. [...]
[...] The economic crisis - external debt The economic crisis in Brazil at the beginning of the 80 forces the company to maintain, throughout the decade, approximately the same number of pigs slaughtered in 1980. What is striking is that in 1986 the Concordia plant of Sadia group hit 855,501 heads and in 1989, only (almost 30% less). This was the result of the instability of supply resulting from the slaughter of sows in 1988, as a consequence of Cruzado Plan. [...]
[...] This vertical and horizontal expansion, along with the process of intensive and extensive accumulation, was embodied by the political and institutional measures that enabled the changer process of imports of the Brazilian economy, promoting economic modernization of various industries and productive sectors. In times of crisis the Brazilian average cycles, capital of the decentralization process is accentuated. Thus, the large agro-industrial groups departed Santa Catarina aggressively to the acquisitions of companies in the worst economic and financial situations. However, the 80 decade of the crisis also hit these industries. [...]
[...] Then there was an economic recovery that was the result of the new measure, institutional policy. With the overvalued exchange rate and the ease of entry of foreign capital to acquire national assets, the agroindustrial complex Santa Catarina was severely punished with a capital restructuring in favor of multinationals. In 1990, Aurora, Sadia, Perdigão and Chapecó had one 36,050 national network integrated 9suinos and birds), that number decreased to 22,198 in 1999, representing an overall decrease of in década.com the new requirements imposed by refrigerators, the number of pig farmers had a considerable drop. [...]
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