President Jair Bolsonaro said today (19) that representatives from Brazil and the United States have concluded negotiations on three agreements to facilitate trade, good regulatory practices and anti-corruption.
“This triple package will be able to reduce bureaucracies and bring even more growth to our bilateral trade, with beneficial effects also for the flow of investments”, said the President.
Bolsonaro participated in the opening of the US-Brazil Connect Summit business conference on Monday, on a virtual basis, and invited investors to examine the business portfolio of the Investment Partnership Program (PPI), of concessions and privatizations of the federal government. He highlighted the new business opportunities in the country, with the opening of the Brazilian natural gas market and the strengthening in the area of biofuels, “essential in this process of reforming our energy matrix”.
For the president, “there is enormous potential” on the cooperation agenda between the two countries, and, several areas of common interest. “For the future, we envision a bold tax agreement, a comprehensive trade agreement and a bold partnership between our countries to redesign global production chains,” he said.
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