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Brazil’s Ministry of Agriculture has stood up regulations to simplify procedures and legal requirements for use of this technology.
Brazil’s demand for chemical imports remains extremely high, presenting opportunities for U.S. companies.
Connected Smart Cities event in São Paulo in September 2021 offers marketing opportunities for U.S. Smart City solution providers in various Brazilian cities.
There are smart cities opportunities in Campo Grande and Mato Grosso do Sul Brazil.
The Connected Smart Cities event in São Paulo, Brazil in September 2021 will feature opportunities for U.S. companies in Salvador, Bahia Brazil.
Brazil Ministry of Economy updates list of computer & telecommunications goods subject to the temporary exemption on import duties.
Brazil’s satellite development sector is growing and is ready for potential partnerships with U.S. firms.
Brazil regulation changes for dam construction offers opportunities for U.S. equipment and engineering services.
Rio de Janeiro will solicit bids for the state´s Water and Sewage Company (CEDAE)’s sewage collection and water treatment services.
Brazil’s first private LNG Import Terminal within the Suape Port complex.
The Brazilian National Development Bank (BNDES) reduces local content requirements of machinery and equipment from 60 to 30 percent.
Brazil’s Petrobras has confirmed a continued focus on exploration and production activities, and also its divestment plans. Petrobras does not foresee renewables in its portfolio, yet its R&D Center will continue to research offshore wind power.
Delivery Duty Paid Incoterm should not be used in Brazil.
Brazil’s Ministry of Economy has temporarily removed import taxes on 281 machines and equipment, of which 261 are capital goods and 20 are computer and telecommunications goods.
The Brazilian Central Bank released guidelines to guide the regulation of open banking in Brazil, scheduled to be put into practice starting in the second half of 2020.