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Brazil and Africa Talk Globalization and More Trade

The 8th Ambassador Meeting brings together starting today, August 22, in Porto Alegre, capital of the southernmost Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, representatives from South Africa, Angola and Mozambique.

According to the president of the Federation of the Commercial and Services Associations of Rio Grande do Sul (Federasul), José Paulo Dornelles Cairoli, the intent of the meeting is to help in the globalization of companies from Rio Grande do Sul, opening new fronts for enterprises in the state.

Organized with the support of the state’s representative office of the Ministry of Foreign Relations, the encounter will include the presence of minister João Inácio Oswald Padilha, head of the Africa 2 Division at the Brazilian Foreign Office (Itamaraty).

Other ambassadors expected are Lindiwe Daphne Zulu, from South Africa, Alberto Correia Neto, from Angola; and Murade Isaac Miguigy Murargy, from Mozambique, as well as minister Claudio Lyra, head of the ministry’s representative office in Rio Grande do Sul.

There will be presentations by productive sectors in Rio Grande do Sul focussing on the markets of the three countries represented.

In the seven prior editions, the meetings opened business opportunities with the economic blocs like Central American and the Caribbean, the European Union (EU), Asia and Oceania, the Nafta (United States, Canada and Mexico), the Latin-American Integration Association (Aladi), the Arab countries and Eastern Europe.

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  • ch.c.

    More Trade ??????
    What do you mean ?
    More trade…..in Brazilian favor ?
    But you already have a huge trade surplus ?
    Do you want it even larger ?
    What do you consider Fair Trade ?
    One way Trade ‘? YOUR WAY……of course ?

    And if Brazil is really for globalization and for more trade with poorer countries….why dont you buy import more from the countries poorer than you are ?????
    Because Brazil has a trade surplus with over 90 % of the countries they trade with, rich or poors, thus they cant pretend to be for globalization and in favor of less developed countries.

    Just full of contradictions….these Brazilians ?

    Just look at their own society where a few has everything and the majority has nothing. Afterall Brazil has the world highest poverty rate when compared with their GDP per capita……but they are in favor of more justice and fairness……in their favor….of course ? In favor of the minority elite……of course…..not in favor of wealth distribution…with their own poors….and even less for poors in other countries !

    Strange common sense !

    Brazil has far more trade barriers, duties and import taxes than all developed nations. But they want even more….and provide very little in return for what they call Fairness. Fairness being inexistant in their own society…..!!!

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