Entrepreneurs from Argentina and Brazil will meet again tomorrow looking to expand bilateral trade

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Entrepreneurs from Argentina and Brazil will meet on Tuesday in St. Paul looking to expand bilateral trade, which last year reached a record 40,000 million dollars and the balance in recent years was favorable to the Brazilians.

The Embassy of Argentina in Brazil reported that the meeting will be held at the headquarters of the Federation of Industries of Sao Paulo (FIESP), bringing together some 250 Argentine business with more than 400 major potential buyers of Brazil, where a long day already pautaron more than 2500 business meetings.

These meetings include meetings of entrepreneurs in the food sector, fertilizers, lubricants, wood, machinery and electromechanical devices, plastics, cars and trucks, the statement said.

Last year bilateral trade reached a record 40,000 million dollars, with a deficit of 5.804 million for Argentina, 42% more than the deficit recorded in 2010.

The meeting will be chaired by the Secretary of Internal Trade, Guillermo Moreno, accompanied by Secretary of Foreign Trade, Beatriz Paglieri, Secretary of International Economic Relations, Cecilia Nahon, the Undersecretary for International Trade Secretary Carlos Bianco and Latin American Economic Integration and Mercosur, Agustina Vila.

It is further noted that under the Business Meeting will be held parallel meetings among major automotive OEM auto parts present in Brazil and Argentina and between sectors of the shipping industry and oil exploration in both countries.

In this regard, the Argentine ambassador in Brazil, Luis Maria Kreckler, noted: “the extraordinary features of the meeting, both the number of participants and the relevance of the Brazilian market, the main destination of Argentine exports.”

Kreckler noted that “85% of the 16,000 million dollars exported by our country to Brazil are manufactured goods.”

“What we seek with this mission not only sell more, but also sell better, which brings added value and Argentine labor,” he said.

After conducting the business roundtable, the Secretary Guillermo Moreno will chair a meeting with the heads of the 11 Argentine consulates in Brazil, seeking to maximize the trade promotion activities, especially in non-traditional destinations, and highly dynamic markets.

Argentina has consulates in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Florianopolis, Salvador, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte, Uruguayana, Curitiba, Recife, Foz de Iguazu, the consular network wider country in the world.

Telam

TV Show

  • 23-10-2014
    Fundation Powerchair Football Argentina
  • 25-07-2014
    Argentina’s your world.
  • 18-07-2014
    Argentina and China signed 20 agreements
  • 14-07-2014
    Argentina and Russia. Strategic agreements

National tourism

  • Snow Polo Catedral

    On Sunday August 18, the base of Cerro Catedral is preparing to welcome the 7th edition of the traditional tournament Snow Polo Cathedral, New style Polo on Snow, an event that integrates the sport, solidarity and entertainment, ...

  • Argentina - (Español) Cataratas del Iguazú

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Español.

  • Argentina - (Español) Glaciar Perito Moreno

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Español.



They Aman A Sport But they had nowhere ...

When teamwork overcomes the “can not”    

Read more

FIT 2014 – Mexico

In the framework of the International Tourism Fair, a successful celebration to celebrate the invitation and participation of Mexico as ...

Read more

Scheduled days of Dutch cinema in Havana

Twelve feature films and a documentary form V billboard Dutch Film Week in Havana, scheduled from 24 to 31 of ...

Read more

Create an umbrella rain slows air

Technicians Chinese aerospace universities created the Air Umbrella umbrella throwing air to ward off the rain. Its creators describe it ...

Read more

Alert companies: advances bill in Congress ...

The slowdown in economic activity, the fall in turnover levels, the rise in labor costs and loss of competitiveness are ...

Read more