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South America's Largest Professional Security Exhibition
- Apr 12, 2018 -

The Sao Paulo International Security Exhibition is the largest professional security exhibition in South America. The exhibition was held in Sao Paulo, the largest city in Brazil, once a year. Its scale was second only to the Las Vegas Security Exhibition, the Birmingham Security Exhibition in the United Kingdom and the Dubai Security Exhibition in the UAE. The exhibition exhibits a wide variety of products and covers a wide range of products. It is one of the emblematic exhibitions in the security industry and has become an important business platform for companies to enter the Latin American security market. Exhibits include commercial security protections such as mechanical security systems, crime warning equipment, and monitoring systems; personal security protection equipment such as safety protective clothing, head protection products, and eye protection products; homeland security protection, such as dedicated safety vehicles, Fire alarm system, radar equipment, etc.

Exhibitors believe that Brazil's market for security products has great potential, and participating in the exhibition will help further develop the market. Exhibitors and visitors learned about the latest trends in the security industry through this exhibition, met more partners, and found more effective ways to improve product quality and service.

Market analysis

Brazil is the largest country with the largest population in South America. Its area, population, and economic aggregate rank first in South America, and it has strong radiation capabilities for neighboring countries and regions. Brazil is also a party to the GATT. In recent years, the Brazilian government has adopted a new economic policy, gradually opening up the market, introducing equipment, and expanding exports in order to revive the Brazilian economy. Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and the largest city in South America and even in the southern hemisphere. It is the center of business, finance, culture, and industrial manufacturing. In recent years, the security situation in Brazil has been grim, and the security conditions in metropolitan cities such as Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo have continued to decline. Therefore, the Brazilian government is actively investing in transforming and improving public security facilities to maintain social stability, protect the safety of citizens and tourists, and deter the occurrence of criminal activities.

According to the Brazilian Foreign Trade Secretariat, from January to August 2017, China-Pakistan bilateral goods import and export volume was 51.91 billion U.S. dollars, an increase of 26.3%. Among them, Brazil exported 34.78 billion U.S. dollars to China, an increase of 34.0%, accounting for 23.8% of Brazil's total exports, an increase of 2.8 percentage points; Brazil imported 171.3 U.S. dollars, an increase of 13.1%, accounting for 17.5% of Brazil's total imports, and an increase of 0.9 percentage points. . From January to August, the trade surplus between Brazil and China was US$17.66 billion, an increase of 63.3%. As of August, China was Brazil’s largest export market and the largest source of imports.