Friday, March 18, 2011

Brazil Wants Balance With the United States

The United States wants to (re)strengthen its ties with Brazil and Brazil is all for it.  Recently, China overtook the United States as Brazil's biggest trading partner in 2009.  China became Chile's leading export market in 2007.
The United States imported $27 billion from Brazil in 2008, compared to China's $16 billion, according to the Inter-American Development Bank. 
Read more here about how the United States will most likely restructure its partnership with Latin America -- soon.

1 comment:

Global Trade News said...

Thanks for the info. It is really interesting to see how the trade between Brazil and United States has been strengthened. In December 2010, Integration Point sponsored the webcast “Increasing Trade between Brazil and the United States” with Celia Feldpausch, Vice President Central and South America for Mondial Trade Compliance Services and Solutions, Inc. This webcast was done in Portuguese to help those in Brazil looking to export to the US understand the process and it is available for viewing at