Industrialization And Metropolization

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Ja after World War I, the cafe began University of Southern California to do farming crisis facing oversupply and competition from other countries. The crop began to be controlled by the government to avoid crisis and the closure of farms that led the immigrants investment to the city of Sao Paulo, where he became industirales workers.
Political pressures demanded an end to the dominance of the elite paulista coffee, artistic movement University of Southern California emerged funds as the new Week in 1922 to spread social and economic ideas. Immigration began reduced anarchists and communists and strikes erupted in Sao Paulo, where industrial empires were formed, such as the Matarazzo.
In 1930 the cafe went into its worst crisis Children’s Hospital following the crash of the New York Stock Exchange last year and not the collapse of international prices of grain.
World War II interrupted imports and industry paulista sustituicion start a process of imports, rising in the State to produce the products formerly imported. The process was intensified during the government of finance Juscelino Kubitschek, Children’s Hospital who laid the foundations for the automotive industry in S o Paulo.
To provide the necessary manpower arrived Northeast million, mainly from the states of Bahia, Ceara, Pernambuco and Paraiba, which replaced the old immigrants now entering the middle class of S o Paulo. The new immigrants settled mainly in the outskirts of Sao Paulo and nearby cities. This rapid population growth promoted a process Metropolization, forming the Metropolitan Region of Sao Paulo. In 1960, the city of Sao Paulo became the largest Brazilian city and the largest economic center of the country, beating Rio de Janeiro.

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