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Hong Kong FinTech Week – Opportunities for Brazilian companies

The Hong Kong FinTech Week is an event focused on providing a platform for participants across the globe to share their innovations, organized by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and InvestHK. Thiago Cruz Silveira, Principal Consultant of InvestHK in Brazil, has provided us with exciting comments and numbers concerning the event: The latest results of HK Fintech Week and over 25 satellite events throughout the week are nothing but impressive. – No. of attendees (physical + virtual): Over 20,000 from

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Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Brazil held the 130th Canton Fair promotion event in Brazil

The China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, started in 1957, is held biannually in Guangzhou, China. The event is organized by the China Foreign Trade Center, sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce of the PRC and the People’s Government of Guangdong Province. It is also China’s leading commercial promotion platform and directly connects domestic and international markets. The Fair is an extensive international trade event, with a wide variety of products, participation of buyers from various countries, and

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How to Benefit from China’s Role in the Brazilian Economy

The diplomatic relationship between Brazil and China began in the 19th century. This relationship became closer in the ’90s due to a more complementary commercial approach. Since 2009, China has been Brazil’s leading trading partner. The economic connections between the countries have brought them closer despite the great geographic distance. Brazil is a crucial commodities supplier, whereas China provides mostly raw materials, supplies, and machinery to Brazil. China additionally plays a vital role in the Brazilian economy since it buys

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How to Benefit from China’s Role in the Brazilian Economy

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] The diplomatic relationship between Brazil and China began in the 19th century. This relationship became closer in the ’90s due to a more complementary commercial approach. Since 2009, China has been Brazil’s leading trading partner. The economic connections between the countries have brought them closer despite the great geographic distance. Brazil is a crucial commodities supplier, whereas China provides mostly raw materials, supplies, and machinery to Brazil. China additionally plays a vital role

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The Growing Coffee Consumption in China Opens up Opportunities for Brazilian Coffee

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] Since 1820, coffee has been Brazil’s most exported product. In only 20 years, Brazil has developed into the world’s leading coffee producer, exporter, and consumer.[1] Coffee-producing regions spread across 14 Brazilian states, with Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo as the top production states.[2] The country cultivated over 60 million 60-kilogram bags of coffee beans in 2020, marking a sharp increase in production since the 2018 record of 50.90 million bags.[3]  Due to the

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Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce

The Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce (CCCB) aims to strengthen commercial ties between Brazil and China while contributing to effective communication between companies and entrepreneurs both in China and Brazil. It is equipped with a specialized team of professionals in Brazil and China, ready to meet affiliates and customers’ diversified demands.   CCCB advises its affiliates to overcome language and cultural barriers and recommend strategic solutions to facilitate business development and growth. They develop personalized services catering to the clients’ unique needs.    It is fundamental to aid the

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