Brazil Puts Its Goods on Show to Arabs

The economic potential of Brazil will be shown by different ministries and government institutions like the Bank of Brazil, the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES), the Brazilian Central Bank and the Bank of the Northeast at the investment fair.

The show will take place at the same site as the Business Meeting, to begin today, in Brazilian capital Brasí­lia. The events are part of the program to take place in parallel to the summit of Arab and South American countries.


According to a spokesperson from the investment area at the Chief of Staff’s Office, Laura Velosa, each ministry will be responsible for taking to the stand the investment opportunities there are in Brazil in their areas.


At the site, a booklet containing texts about the main business opportunities in the country will also be distributed. It will include information regarding Public Private Partnerships (PPP’s).


Anba

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