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Q. Who does the U.S. Commercial Service serve? 
The U.S. Commercial Service (USCS) primarily serves U.S. companies interested in exporting U.S. goods and services, particularly small and medium-sized businesses.  Companies eligible for our services are a:


a) Corporation, Partnership or other Association created under the laws of the United States or of any State; or, 

b) Foreign corporation, partnership, or other association, more than 95 percent of which is owned by a U.S. citizen or entities  described in (a) above; 

SEEKING TO EXPORT
a) Goods or services produced in the United States; or, 
b) Goods or services that contain at least 51% U.S. content. 

Please contact one of our Commercial Specialists with specific questions.

Q: I want to sell my Brazilian products or services in the United States. Can the U.S. Commercial Service help me?
A: No. The mission of the U.S. Commercial Service is to help U.S. companies export their goods and services. Brazilian companies interested in exporting to the U.S. (and other countries) should contact the Brazilian Agency for Export Promotion (APEX).

The next step would be to contact one of our industry trade specialists in CS Brazil.

Q: How can I find a Brazilian agent or distributor for my product?
A: CS Brazil offers a variety of services and tools to help U.S. exporters find partners. Please refer to our Services section for a list of our services or directly contact one of our industry specialists.

Q: Where can I find tariff information for Brazil?
A: For detailed tariff information please click here .

Q: Is there a way to obtain financial information and credit reports on a Brazilian company?
A: Credit reports are offered through our International Company Profile program. See Our Services section for more information on obtaining these reports.

Q: How can I find market information on a specific industry?
A: CS Market Intelligence reports and articles on specific industry sectors are available at our Market Intelligence Library. You also may want to review our Country Commercial Guide for Top Prospects in Brazil for U.S. Exporters.

Q: I want to sell my product in Brazil/Latin America. How can you help?
A: Have you contacted your local Export Assistance Center in the U.S. (USEAC)? This is a good first stop. There are over 100 USEACs with sector-focused Trade Specialists who can provide trade counseling, assist you in obtaining market information, discuss our other export promotion programs and events, and apply for relevant state and federal grants and connect with other local resources.

Q: How can I get assistance exporting agricultural products, processed foods and wood products to Brazil?
A: The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service has offices in Brazil that can assist U.S. exporters of agricultural products. Please go to www.usdabrazil.org.br/ for more information on their programs.

Q: I am interested in setting up an office in Brazil. What do I need to know? What resources exist to help me? And how can I find office space in Brazil?
A: Please refer to our Business Service Providers section.--> Are we keeping this based on the recent BSP section? You also may want to review our Country Commercial Guide for general information on getting started in Brazil.

Q: Do you also have information on other markets in the Americas?
A: CS Market Intelligence is available for free to U.S. companies in our Market Intelligence Library.

Q: What programs does the U.S. Department of Commerce have in my state to assist me export from the U.S.?
A: trade specialist at your local U.S. Export Assistance Center can provide you with a full list of our services for U.S. exporters. These sector-focused staff also are aware of valuable state and other federal resources

Q: Does the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia have an official website?
A: Yes. The U.S. Embassy website includes economic and trade policy reports, visa and passport information and useful links to U.S. government agencies and various organizations.


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