Long-term development vision:
- It is intended to catalyse all dimensions of sustainable development, conceived as a pathway to prosperity.
- It contemplates the macroeconomic scenario for the next 12 years and is It is organized into five axes: Economic, Institutional, Infrastructure, Environmental and Social. For each For each of these axes, guidelines, challenges and orientations, key indices and target goals are stated.
Medium-term development plan:
Other development plans:
- Vision: Overcoming the Brazilian challenges for sustainable development requires medium and long-term strategies and actions, which, in turn, require the articulation and cooperation of different actors and organizations in favor of common objectives.
- Pillars: Raise the income and quality of life of the Brazilian population, reducing social and regional inequalities; Achieve sustained economic growth, focusing on productivity gains, ensuring the reduction of social and regional inequalities and environmental sustainability; Improve State governance, focusing on improving the delivery of public services to citizens and the business environment and guaranteeing national sovereignty; Foster the integrated development of infrastructure with a focus on gaining competitiveness and improving the quality of life, ensuring environmental sustainability and promoting national and international integration; Promote the sustainable use of natural resources and the transition to a low-carbon economy, focusing on the application of environmentally appropriate technologies that contribute to economic and social development; Promote well-being, citizenship and social inclusion, focusing on equal opportunities and access to quality public services, through income generation and reduction of social and regional inequalities.