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CS Brazil:
Brasília (Embassy), Belo Horizonte, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo


Hello and welcome!  Or as we say in Brazil, Olá e bem-vindo!
The U.S. Commercial Service helps U.S. firms enter or increase their market share in Brazil. With a network of five offices throughout the country, our sector specialists assist U.S. companies excel in the dynamic Brazilian marketplace by helping to identify potential business partners, overcome trade barriers through Commercial Diplomacy, obtain valuable sector-specific market research, and connect to a variety of export promotion resources.

We also help Brazilian companies find the best U.S. suppliers. Please visit our BuyUSA website for details.



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IP Attaché Laura Hammel presented President Pimentel of @inpibrasil with a fully-executed copy of the new US-Brazil Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) agreement, which has been extended to April 2020. More info on PPH: http://bit.ly/2wAcDLO


Entry into Force of the U.S. – Federative Republic of Brazil

Air Transport Agreement - We welcome the entry into force on May 21, 2018 of the U.S.-Brazil Open Skies Air Transport Agreement. The Agreement expands opportunities for future air travel and commerce between our two countries, reinforces joint economic cooperation, and strengthens bilateral ties. more


KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: Helpful tips for U.S. Companies interested in exporting to Brazil:

Spotlight: Officer and Post

Recife PCO Geoffrey Bogart assumed his duties in August, 2016. He manages a team of two commercial specialists and a commercial assistant at this Post. His 14-year career with the Commercial Service has taken him to interesting assignments in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Jordan, Tunisia and San Diego.  Geoffrey’s extensive background in the Western Hemisphere both in government and the private sector has helped him meld his Brazil responsibilities to projects of broader impact in the Americas. Geoffrey was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Latin American Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz, and a Master’s in Public Administration from American University in Washington DC. Geoff spends his free time playing drums at Recife’s night spots.

About Recife: CS Recife is our only base of operations in the Northeast region of Brazil, which has enormous untapped potential for U.S. businesses.

Our team in Recife is comprised of four valuable members, and has national responsibility for the following segments: general industrial equipment, laboratory/scientific equipment, consumer goods and cold chain.

CS Recife has been working hard to connect US companies to the NE, and has seen a steady increase in activities in key regional sectors such as healthcare, IT, renewable energy, services, franchising, and education.

For the upcoming quarter, CS Recife will be hosting the U.S. Cooperative for International Patient Programs (USCIPP) trade mission, formed of a group of U.S. hospitals looking for partnership with local hospitals in educational, international patient, telemedicine and second opinion programs  (August, in Recife).

In cooperation with CS Rio, CS Recife will be supporting the International Woodworking Show, which will take place in August, in Atlanta. CS Recife will also assist AMT with the recruitment efforts for the International Manufacturing Show, a key event in manufacturing technology worldwide, taking place in Chicago, in September. Also in September, CS Recife will support the State Department in an networking event focused on innovation, in Recife. The happening will aim at gathering several key contacts from the startup community, mostly on the technology side. In addition, CS Recife stand ready to support activities related to the ICAO World Aviation Forum, which will take place in Fortaleza, in September. The Forum should host high level visitors from all over the world.

If you plan on attending any of these events in the US and/or have an interest in connecting with US companies in the segments listed above, we encourage you to contact our team in Recife

We also help Brazilian companies find the best U.S. suppliers and offer assistance to Brazilian companies interested in investing in the U.S. through our SelectUSA program. Please visit our BuyUSA website for details.

To learn about our eligibility requirements for U.S. companies, please click here

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