This week, the CNI Summit is hosting meetings with Florida businessmen and officials to discuss investment opportunities with the U.S. government, which is a key access point in economic relations between Brazil and the United States.
Robson Andrade, president of the company, meets with representatives of the Brazil-United States Chamber of Commerce, an organization that incorporates companies such as Ita, Citi, Diageo and Embraer, and the Miami International Business Association, affiliated with the City of Miami.
Android is in the United States at the invitation of the Americans. “Because of the epidemic, officials in the Miami Tad felt the need to diversify supply sources. There is a huge demand in the region, for example, in sectors such as energy, medical and dental equipment and textiles,” the CNI chief said.
Over the past ten years, Florida has been a major destination for Brazilian investment in the United States, reaching $ 922.3 million over the past decade, creating 46 projects in 40 companies and creating 2,300 jobs in the state.
In the opposite direction, Brazil’s main target for Florida exports, averaging $ 14.6 billion a year over the past decade, equates to 37.5% of U.S. exports to Brazil.
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