Italian companies in Brazil will meet with Economy Minister Paulo Guedes for the presentation of the Doing Business guide in Brazil. Work of the Italian Embassy in Brazil in collaboration with GM Venture and KPMG. Guide for those who want investing in Brazil, with data that may be the basis of their decisions.
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The Brazilian Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, will meet Italian companies at the Italian Consulate in Rio de Janeiro tomorrow, 14 June. According to data recently published by the ministry, in 2018 Italy became the principal investor among the countries that signed a memorandum of understanding on the facilitation of investments with Brazil (United States, China, Japan, France). Guedes will speak after an introduction by the Italian Ambassador to Brazil, Antonio Bernardini, who said that was glad for the event.
“The warm willingness of Minister Guedes and Deputy Minister Marcos Prado Troyjo to meet Italian companies, Bernardini said. Demonstrates the strong attention of this Government to the skills, technology and know-how that our business system can provide for the economic growth of this important market, which still offers countless opportunities, many of them unexplored.” The event, the diplomat added, is part of the Embassy’s initiatives to accompany the penetration of Italian companies into the Brazilian market, such as meetings with the Minister of Infrastructure and the President of the National Bank of Economic and Social Development in recent months.
Graziano Messana, Managing Partner, GM Venture, will present during the meeting the guide “Doing Business in Brazil” by the Italian Embassy, GM Venture and KPMG. The guide, Messana indicated, aims to be a practical reference for Italian companies, highlighting the areas of interest and specifying their opportunities, as well as the incentives in the different Brazilian states. It will show how the Italian System can be useful to Italian companies and Sace-Simest tools dedicated to Brazil. It is a publication with a more practical cut but, that will also contain as an appendix a classic legal guide and the census of Italian companies present in Brazil, divided by sectors and geographical areas. The latest intervention will be by Deputy Minister Troyjo, who will outline the Brazilian government’s policy on attracting foreign investment and international trade. The encounter will end with a business lunch.