Brazil deepens exchanges and cooperation with China in the field of service trade

Brazil deepens exchanges and cooperation with China in the field of service trade

In recent years, the Chinese and Pakistani governments have attached great importance to deepening exchanges and cooperation in the service industry. In 2016, the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade, and Services of Brazil and the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China signed the Memorandum of Understanding on Service Trade Cooperation, which mainly covers information technology, transportation, tourism, service outsourcing, consulting engineering and Chinese medicine. Last year, the two countries further signed the “Two-year Action Plan for the Memorandum of Understanding,” focusing on service trade cooperation in such fields as construction, engineering consulting, engineering construction, information technology, e-commerce and bank automation, tourism, culture, and Chinese medicine. Marquez said: “Since 2016, China and Pakistan have been strengthening exchanges and cooperation in the field of service trade. The Minister of Industry and Trade of Brazil, Marcos Pereira, here signed the “Memorandum of Understanding” to promote Brazil to be able to present this year’s Beijing. The meeting was honored by the host country, and I believe and affirm that Brazil will further expand the exchange and cooperation with the service industry in China. This is part of the national strategy of Brazilian integration into the world by President Temer. China is an important commodity in Brazil. And service trade partners are the main export markets for Brazilian products. Deepening the exchange and cooperation of service industries is of great significance to China-Pakistan bilateral trade relations.”

Brazil sent a strong lineup of delegations to the Beijing Trade Fair. The delegation was headed by Marquez Giorgio de Lima, Minister of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services of Brazil. The delegation includes the Minister of Tourism Vincenus of Brazil. ? Rumez, a federal and regional government official in Brazil, as well as business representatives. During the exhibition, a number of exchange promotion activities will be held. The “Brazil Day” event held on May 29th will highlight the importance of the service industry to China-Pakistan bilateral relations. In addition, a seminar on investment opportunities in Brazil will be held on May 31. Douglas Ferreira, Deputy Minister of Brazil’s Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services, stated at the “Brazilian Day” event that as a guest country, Brazil expects the three parties of the Beijing Fair. “First of all, we hope to expand the export of Brazilian service industry. For this reason, today’s Brazilian Day event has arranged for a number of Brazilian companies to promote, either they have already started operations in China or have the potential to cooperate with Chinese companies. Secondly, we hope to attract more Chinese companies to invest in Brazil. Especially in the field of tourism and infrastructure, we have brought many mature investment projects and look forward to receiving the favor of Chinese investors. Third, we hope to use the Beijing Fair to showcase the multiculturalism in Brazil.”

During the Beijing fair, the Minister of Industry, Foreign Trade, and Services of Brazil, Marquez George de Lima, held talks with Chinese Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan. In response, Douglas, deputy director of the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services of Brazil, said that the talks were constructive and the two countries reached a consensus on deepening cooperation in service trade. “The two sides discussed bilateral economic and trade relations, including cooperation opportunities in service trade, during the talks. As well as the wide-ranging topics of import and export of goods between the two countries, the talks were fruitful and the results were very satisfactory. The two sides agreed that strengthening trade in services will play a catalytic role in deepening the development of the partnership between the two countries, hoping to further promote bilateral trade growth. , expand service industry exchanges and cooperation.”

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