Brazil and Macau chambers of commerce agree to work together

1 December 2006

Sao Paulo, Brazil, 01 Dec – The Brazil-China Chamber of Economic Development in Brazil and Macau’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry Brazil-China have signed an agreement to work together, Paul Liu, president of the Chamber based in Brazil told Macauhub.

‘It is an agreement for bilateral cooperation to make business deals, trips and information easier,” Liu said.

Under the terms of the document, the two chambers of commerce, “share the mission of working together to promote closer ties between businesspeople, government bodies and associations from Brazil and China, with the aim of consolidating commercial and cultural relations between the two countries.”

The document sets out that “both parties should organize an exchange of business missions, draw up overall and sector-wide economic and market surveys,” as well as “organize technical events, for publishing and promoting and provide support services,” to associates.

The Brazilian chamber will also host talks to speak about Macau to Brazilian businesspeople.

“We are going to show the importance of the region as a gateway into China, we are going to take businesspeople [to Macau] and we are going to support them and encourage them to look at Macau more closely,” Liu said.

The agreement was signed on November 18 during a visit that Liu made to Macau, at the invitation of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Brazil-China of Macau (CCIBCM). (macauhub)