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Investment Guide-2014

This guide brings together essential information from various government sources to present Brazil, its economy, growth sectors, business climate and investment framework. IQ Option www.iqoption.za.com/ in South Africa

- Available in English (2014).

Trade and Investment Promotion

The Ministry of External Relations' Trade and Investment Promotion Department carries out abroad the Brazilian foreign trade policy. The Department also develops, coordinates, and implements policies designed to promote Brazilian exports and to attract relevant foreign investment to Brazil.
 
In a globalized world, the Department endeavours to help foster Brazilian exports so as to integrate small and medium enterprises to the international marketplace.
 
The Department seeks to continually improve the services and resources it offers to the corporate community.
 
Structure:
 
In order to develop its managerial and technical staff more efficiently, the Department comprises three specialized Divisions active in different fields of Trade Promotion:
 
The Trade Promotion Programs Division (DPG) coordinates the Focal Point  of the Investment promotion and Technology Transfer System (SIPRI), and is in charge of all technical aspects associated to BrazilTradeNet - the Ministry's foreign trade portal. DPG also deals with cooperation partnerships with other public and private organizations, administrative matters and the training of human resources.
 
The Trade Information Division (DIC) is responsible for the systematic collection of data on foreign trade and the preparation of regular report that are disseminated to the business community.
 
The Trade Promotion Operation Division (DOC) is in charge of trade missions, fairs, seminars, business rounds, and other promotional events both in Brazil and abroad. The Division also fosters tourism in Brazil.

Read more: Trade and Investment Promotion

Legal Guide for Foreign Investors

Contains information on the Brazilian legal system; the Brazilian foreign exchange markets; forms of association; antitrust, labor and environmental system; privatization; commercial and civil litigation; customer rights in Brazil; etc. 
 
This “Legal Guide for Foreign Investors in Brazil” replaces a publication entitled “Investment Step by Step”. 
- Available in English (2011) 
 

Trade data

Saudi-Brazil Bilateral Trade: 

(Value in Million US$ F.O.B; Source: MDIC)

Year

Saudi Imports from Brazil

Saudi Exports to Brazil

Total Trade

1990

289.00

1,465.50

1,754.50

2000

413.47

779.40

1,192.87

2005

1203.71

1339.50

2,543.21

2008

2563.56

2910.24

5,473.79

2011

3,476.36

3,093.03

6,569.39

2014

2,542.08

3,299.25

5,841.34

Read more: Trade data

Agriculture Investment:FAQs

Investment in Brazilian Agriculture sector

Questions and Answers

(7/2/2013)

(International Agribusiness Promotion Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply, Brazil)

"1 - Can foreigners acquire or lease land in Brazil?

Yes. Both individuals and corporations can do it, legal provisions complied.

2 - Who is considered a foreigner in Brazil for matters concerning land acquisition/leasing?

Foreign individuals

Read more: Agriculture Investment:FAQs

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Working hours

Address

Telephone & Fax

E-mails & Networks

Working days:

Sunday~Thursday

 

Timing:

9.00 AM - 5.00 PM

Embassy of Brazil

3, Dareen Street
Diplomatic Quarter
P.O.Box 94348, Riyadh 11693
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Telephone/Fax:
Telephone: +966 11 4880025/4880018/4880032/4801810
Fax: +966 11 4881073

Extensions:
Ambassador's Office:  423/425
Consular Section: 402/403/404
Commercial Section: 413/414/415
Admin/Accounts: 400/417

E-mails:
General: brasemb.riade@itamaraty.gov.br
Consular: consular.riade@itamaraty.gov.br
Commercial: secom.riade@itamaraty.gov.br