Sertãozinho industries fired less than last year
According to Professor Luciano Nakabashi, the industries of Sertãozinho, São Paulo and specially sugarcane main industrial center fired fewer employees until July 2016 than the same period last year.
The information was disclosed by the Bulletin – Economia Sertanezina commissioned by the project Arranjo Produtivo Local de Máquinas e Equipamentos de Sertãozinho that the CEISE Br, in partnership with other entities linked to the sector and government agencies, has sought to deploy in the city.
“Rising unemployment, which brings decline in real wages, the real depreciation that was in 2,20 and now about 1,30, which relieves industrial indices and measures such as increased gasoline and the amount of ethanol in gasoline, were determining factors for decrease in fires of sugarcane industries”, said Nakabashi.
The professor believes that next year there will be an improvement. “The economic scenario is unclear, as well as political issues are not well defined. This should change next year, which will influence the sector and in turn the industries,” he believes. Industry sources speculate that about 100 companies in the industrial pole of Sertãozinho shut down since the crisis began in 2008.