Process of Import of Hybrid and Electric Cars by Individual

Maicon Francisco Bento


International trade is naturally linked to globalization and sustainability stands out for demonstrating the importance of this combination, such as the use of resources with greater responsibility in a way that can prevent scarcity. In order to assess economic expansion and preserve the environment, the United Nations defined sustainable development as the ability to continue the development of society in a way that meets the needs of current generations and ensures the needs of future generations. In Brazil, the hybrid and electric car market moves at a slow speed, as the high cost and bureaucracy in imports makes it difficult to sell in the domestic market for companies and acquisitions for individuals. In this way, this research had as general objective, to analyze the procedures of the import process of hybrid and electric cars by individuals. Thus, the study carried out had as specific objectives to present an overview of the segment of the automobile industry that have propulsion from clean energy sources, to evaluate the preparatory procedures for an individual to import an electric or hybrid vehicle, in addition to verifying the import steps for a hybrid and electric vehicle and the possible costs involved. This research was carried out using the qualitative approach method and for data collection, documental research was carried out and the results were presented in a descriptive way. The sources used for the study were the websites of government agencies and international institutions, so it was possible to develop this study so that the reader has a better understanding of the topics covered. A brief approach to the international market was carried out, in addition to evaluating the future of the Brazilian market in relation to the evolution of clean energy in automobiles. There was a need in the short term in the implementation of projects for renewable energy sources, mainly encouraged by the Brazilian government, which will directly impact air quality and because Brazil has a high tax burden, it makes it difficult for multinational companies to enter invest nationally and import technology.

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