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Brazil-U.S. Business Council

We promote substantive dialogues between our members and leading policymakers in the U.S. and Brazil.

The iconic bridge in Sao Paulo, Octavio Frias de Oliveira crosses Pinheiros River nearby a new financial district

The Brazil-U.S. Business Council (Council) was established in 1976 with the mission to stimulate business relations and advance the overall economic and commercial relationship between the two countries. The Council promotes substantive interactions and dialogues between its members and leading policymakers in the U.S. and Brazil and supports public policies that will unleash the full potential for trade and economic relations.

It is made up of senior-level executives from U.S. and Brazilian companies representing a wide range of sectors that are actively invested in and committed to both markets.


Developing Climate Solutions: The Brazil-U.S. Partnership in Focus

This article highlights Brazil and U.S. potential to lead in transitioning to a sustainable global economy with a focus on clean energy, critical minerals, nature-based and climate-smart solutions.

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The Brazil-U.S. Business Council, through public-private dialogue, offers the following set of recommendations for establishing a framework that will attract sustainable investments to increase investor confidence and enhance incentives and opportunities for sustainable and inclusive growth.

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Welcoming President Lula and his administration, the U.S. private sector envisions a forward-leaning, strategic agenda for U.S.- Brazil relations and offers a list of policy recommendations. (English/ Portuguese)

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