Business Deals, the Early Fruits of Brazil’s Arab Summit

The business meeting promoted by the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (CCAB) on May 12 and 13, in São Paulo, opened new business perspectives among Arabs and Brazilians. More than 500 businessmen from Brazil and 100 Arabs met to negotiate face to face at the Renaissance Hotel during the two days.

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