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Diogo Mac Cord de Faria, Deputy Minister for Privatizations at the Ministry of Economy
Deputy Minister Diogo Mac Cord de Faria discusses privatization programs in Brazil, including large privatization Continue
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Eduardo Figueiredo, Managing Director of Trade Agro Eduardo Figueiredo gives his evaluation Continue
February 19, 2014 |
Ben Novak
Benoit d’Iribarne, President of Saint-Gobain Brazil and CCFB SP (Sao Paulo French-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce), gives an overview of the brazilian industrial sector and presents the Continue
February 12, 2014 |
Ben Novak
Benoit d’Iribarne, President of CCFB SP (Sao Paulo French-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce) Benoit d’Iribarne gives an overview of the French-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and talks about the Continue
January 21, 2013 |
Ben Novak
Pedro Nadaf, President of Fecomercio MT, talks about the economical strength of the state: agribusiness; as Mato Grosso represents 25% of the whole agricultural production of Brazil. Continue
January 14, 2013 |
Ben Novak
Wilton Malta de Almeida, President of Fecomercio Alagoas The President of Fecomercio, Wilton Malta de Almeida, presents the institution which aims at representing trade in goods, services and Continue
August 29, 2012 |
Ben Novak
Antonio Pargana, President of Cisa Trading, talks about trade in Brazil, and mentions the impact of strong real on business, import duties, taxes... Continue
Antonio Pargana, President of CISA Trading
Cisa Trading is a company specialized in offering solutions to companies in need of Continue
Mirocles Campos Veras Neto, President of ZPE Parnaíba (Export Processing Zone)
The President of ZPE Parnaíba (Export Processing Zone), Mirocles Campos Veras Neto, talks Continue
May 10, 2012 |
Ben Novak
O Presidente da Zona de Processamento de Exportação Parnaíba, Mirocles Campos Veras Neto, fala da ZPE a ser inaugurada em 2013, dos beneficios deste empreendimento para o Estado do Piauí e dos Continue
January 10, 2012 |
Ben Novak
Brazil has an equilibrium of energy production – we are self-sufficient in energy and food, which is a major advantage. Continue
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Eduardo Figueiredo, Managing Director of Trade Agro Eduardo Figueiredo gives his evaluation Continue
February 19, 2014 |
Ben Novak
Benoit d’Iribarne, President of Saint-Gobain Brazil and CCFB SP (Sao Paulo French-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce), gives an overview of the brazilian industrial sector and presents the Continue
February 12, 2014 |
Ben Novak
Benoit d’Iribarne, President of CCFB SP (Sao Paulo French-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce) Benoit d’Iribarne gives an overview of the French-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and talks about the Continue
January 21, 2013 |
Ben Novak
Pedro Nadaf, President of Fecomercio MT, talks about the economical strength of the state: agribusiness; as Mato Grosso represents 25% of the whole agricultural production of Brazil. Continue
January 14, 2013 |
Ben Novak
Wilton Malta de Almeida, President of Fecomercio Alagoas The President of Fecomercio, Wilton Malta de Almeida, presents the institution which aims at representing trade in goods, services and Continue
August 29, 2012 |
Ben Novak
Antonio Pargana, President of Cisa Trading, talks about trade in Brazil, and mentions the impact of strong real on business, import duties, taxes... Continue
Antonio Pargana, President of CISA Trading
Cisa Trading is a company specialized in offering solutions to companies in need of Continue
Mirocles Campos Veras Neto, President of ZPE Parnaíba (Export Processing Zone)
The President of ZPE Parnaíba (Export Processing Zone), Mirocles Campos Veras Neto, talks Continue
May 10, 2012 |
Ben Novak
O Presidente da Zona de Processamento de Exportação Parnaíba, Mirocles Campos Veras Neto, fala da ZPE a ser inaugurada em 2013, dos beneficios deste empreendimento para o Estado do Piauí e dos Continue
January 10, 2012 |
Ben Novak
Brazil has an equilibrium of energy production – we are self-sufficient in energy and food, which is a major advantage. Continue
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