The State of São Paulo is noted for its significant contribution to the national economy, producing 31% of Brazil's GDP (2017). Brazil's largest industrial park is just one contributor to the thriving and diversified São Paulo economy which is boosted by a high qualified labor force.
Industry in São Paulo is built on a solid technology foundation: the State produces high value added goods, most notably in the segments of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Oil and Natural Gas, the Green Economy, Aeronautics and the Automotive segment. Check out further information about some of São Paulo’s key economic sectors here.
In 2014, São Paulo also contributed 31% to the Brazil's trade revenue and has a large supply and demand of services, making it the country's biggest market for third sector services. The agricultural sector is also very significant and reaches record productivity levels.