The Brazilian Beef Exporters Association (ABIEC)
ABIEC was founded in 1979, to represent the interests of Brazilian beef exporters. ABIEC actively advocates on behalf of industry in the areas of international trade regulations, health requirements and open markets. ABIEC works with state and federal governments in implementing health programs (public and animal health) through technical committees.
Founded in 1963, Abinee is a non-profit organization with the purpose of representing the Brazilian electrical and electronic industrial sector. The importance of Abinee as a trade association comes from the significance of the products it represents to the Brazilian economy and through the direct involvement of its members in Abinee's activities.
The Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association (ABIT)
ABIT represents the integration of the Brazilian textile chain. Founded in the 1960’s, ABIT sponsors companies across the textile industry, including cotton growing, man made fibers and filaments, spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing, printing, clothing, home textiles and other made up articles. ABIT promotes the sustainable development of the Brazilian textile industry
APEX is the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency. Its mission is to foster the competitiveness of Brazilian companies by promoting their internationalization and the attraction of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Brazil. Apex-Brasil is a Brazilian government agency that reports to the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC).
Barral M Jorge
Barral M Jorge is an independent consultancy specialized in international trade and corporate intelligence. Located in São Paulo and Brasília, the firm provides a range of services for international corporations, government agencies and law firms in many areas, including international negotiations, trade remedies, market analysis, policy monitoring, and logistics.
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