Produced by CCBC’s Commercial Intelligence and Marketing departments, Quick Market Facts quickly and assertively brings together key information from potential markets to expand business between Brazil and Canada. With each issue, the series addresses the essential content of a specific industry.
For one year, the Foreign Trade Commission of the Chamber developed a thorough study of the classification of goods – through Mercosur Common Nomenclature (NCM) and Harmonized System (HS) – to identify opportunities for the development of trade relations between countries. The result is the publication of the books: Brazilian Opportunities for Canadian Exporters and Canadian Opportunities for Brazilian Exporters, which will be launched at the 1st Brazil-Canada Foreign Trade Meeting to be held by CCBC on March 28, 2018.
The Brazil Canada Magazine is the main communication vehicle of the CCBC and one of the most important tools for the promotion and dissemination of business between the two countries. The publication is bimonthly, trilingual (Portuguese, English and French) and has printed and digital versions.
At each edition the Magazine brings quality content, deepening the themes of the bilateral relationship, presenting trends and opportunities for trade, investment, technology and innovation, education, culture and tourism, among others.
The Brazilian and Canadian legal world, with its peculiarities and similarities, is presented in a direct and objective manner by the periodical publication Direito Comparado, an initiative of the Legal Affairs Commission (CAJ) of the CCBC.
At each edition, specialists from Brazilian and Canadian offices explain the main points and the functioning of the laws of their countries on the same subject. The publication is digital and available in Portuguese and English.
In the corporate world, one no longer wonders if a company invests in technology. The real question is: at what digital transformation stage is your company now? Amid the growing flow of data, technology is no longer a problem just for Apple or Microsoft engineers. It is an issue that impacts all companies. It is an item on the agenda for organizations of all sizes that wish to survive for years to come. And, as competitiveness is a theme that mobilizes CCBC, the Chamber’s Technology Committee has taken on the mission of supporting members on this ever-changing journey.
The Canadian Consul General in São Paulo, Stéphane Larue, says goodbye after six years in the city. Married to a Brazilian, he learned how to make feijoada and was fell in love with the pork sandwich from the traditional Estadão bar downtown. This proximity to the local culture was also reflected in his activities at the Consulate. In addition to the strong partnership with CCBC, Larue will leave other important legacies, such as his participation in the Chamber revitalization.
Business meetings traditionally start with some coffee. And even though we are not able to offer a coffee cup to the reader through this article, the best way to start reading this text is by talking about the most famous of the Brazilian beans. Coffee, however, is just one of several attractions that Brazilians and Canadians have tasted and can still taste in September in Canada: from integration activities for the Brazilian community at the Berge des Coursiers Park in Montreal to business opportunities at the sixth edition of the Brazilian Specialty Coffee Mission.
Como mensurar nas empresas os resultados práticos das políticas de inclusão e diversidade em seus próprios negócios.
Reformas econômicas abrem caminho para a entrada de investimentos externos em diversos setores.
Mercado de startups de regulamentação cresce na esteira das exigências regulatórias e de compliance, especialmente no setor financeiro.
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