JETCO 2016: Joint Statement Brazil – United Kingdom

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British Secretary of State for International Trade and his Brazilian counterpartner emphasized the importance of current bilateral cooperation. At the 9th UK-Brazil Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) meeting, on December 7th of 2016, in Brasília, the British Secretary of State for International Trade, Dr Liam Fox, and the Brazilian Minister for Industry, Foreign Trade […]

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Brazilian Calendar of Exhibitions and Fairs

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The Brazilian Calendar of Exhibitions and Fairs is an official publication of the Federal Government. Published annually since 1969 in several sectors covers events, highlighting the multiplicity of the economy of our country. The Brazilian Calendar of Exhibitions and Fairs is valuable tool for Brazilian and foreign businessman, it lists a number of events that […]

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CAMEX approves reduction in import duty for 250 machines and industrial equipment

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Brasilia (June 24) – were published today in the Official Gazette (DOU) two CAMEX Resolutions that reduce the import tax for 250 capital goods and computer and telecommunication goods without manufacturing in Brazil. The CAMEX Resolution No. 44 changes tax rates from 14% to 2% in foreign purchases of capital assets 240 (96 new and […]

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Ex-Leader Says Brazil Won’t Follow China’s Low-Wage Model

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Despite Brazil’s sharp slowdown in economic growth, the country has no intention of emulating China’s low-wage model of competitiveness as a way to promote prosperity, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said Wednesday. Mr. da Silva, one of Brazil’s most popular and powerful politicians, who presided over a remarkable expansion in the economy and […]

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Latin America’s largest economy enters an unpredictable election year

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“IT’S not about the 50 cents” reads a scrawl on a shop shutter on Avenida Faria Lima, one of São Paulo’s main thoroughfares. Next door, the message is blunter: “Screw the police”. Six months after a small demonstration against a 50-cent rise in bus fares blew up into the biggest street protests Brazil had seen […]

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