If you are looking to sink some capital into Brazil’s Bovespa, you might be interested in taking a look at the following sector, from the “industrial classification” section of its Web site:
Construction and Engeneering
Also of interest:
Which I suppose might be something like “engineering consulting services,” depending on the classification system one consults. Brazil’s is the
Further research on the term is required.
A similar principle may apply to technical editors and terminologists.
I suppose one might look in NAICS Group 87 for an equivalent category of business activity.
I assume that we are not dealing with a portmanteau word that combines “engineering” and “genes” to convey the idea of genetic engineering (which might fall under NAICS Group 8731 — Commercial Physical and Biological Research.)
NACE, the EU’s standard classification of economic activities (the acronym is from the French, apparently), lists
74.2 Architectural and engineering activities and related technical consultancy
I really think I could help these Brazilians, in my modest and annoyingly punctilious way, correct the unfortunate impression such hasty clicking of “publish” before routing through the copy desk can produce.
If they will let me.