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O agronegócio brasileiro no mundo

Breaking News # 27 "Brazilian Agribusiness in the World" is the result of the roundtable discussions organized on February 4th by CEBRI and attended by CEBRI International Trustee and CEO of the Asia-Brazil Agro Alliance, Marcos Jank; Vice-President of CEBRI, Ambassador José Alfredo Graça Lima; and CEBRI Trustee, Pedro Malan.

Brazil's relations with its key trade partners in the field of agribusiness were central to the debate. The debate forecasted that both China and the Middle East are markets that only tend to grow. It also pointed out the need for a balanced relationship with the United States, even though said country is a major competitor of Brazil in the agribusiness sector.

Breaking News # 27 "Brazilian Agribusiness in the World" is the result of the roundtable discussions organized on February 4th by CEBRI and attended by CEBRI International Trustee and CEO of the Asia-Brazil Agro Alliance, Marcos Jank; Vice-President of CEBRI, Ambassador José Alfredo Graça Lima; and CEBRI Trustee, Pedro Malan.

Brazil's relations with its key trade partners in the field of agribusiness were central to the debate. The debate forecasted that both China and the Middle East are markets that only tend to grow. It also pointed out the need for a balanced relationship with the United States, even though said country is a major competitor of Brazil in the agribusiness sector.

Participants in this publication

José Alfredo Graça Lima
Vice-Chairman

Arbitrator of the WTO Multi-Party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement (MPIA)

Pedro Malan
Trustee Emeritus

Minister of Finance (1995-2002)

Marcos Jank
International Advisory Board

Senior Professor of Agribusiness at INSPER

Janaína Camara da Silveira
Journalist, Master in Economics and Founder of Radar China

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