U.S. Chamber's Brazil-U.S. Business Council to Welcome President Obama in March
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Later this month, the Brazil-U.S. Business Council, an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, will welcome President Barack Obama to Brasília as part of his travels to South America. The President will have the opportunity outline his plan for creating jobs and highlight the sustained economic growth in Brazil that has created many business opportunities for both Brazilian and U.S. companies.
It’s an exciting time in Brazil. As the country works to upgrade its infrastructure ahead of both the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics, countless investment opportunities exist for U.S. companies.
Following the President’s visit to Brasília, a Brazil-U.S. Business Council trade delegation will visit Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo to explore U.S. business opportunities in the energy and infrastructure industries. The trip objective is to foster a program that will create jobs and further the economic partnership between our two countries.