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Foreign Trade Chamber Executive Secretariat. Mario Mugnaini Jr. Secretário-Executivo. Foreign Trade Chamber. 1) Brazilian Foreign Trade 2) Mercosur 3) International Negotiations 4) South America Regional Infrastructure. Brazilian Foreign Trade. Brazilian Trade Balance US$ millions FOB.

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Foreign trade chamber executive secretariat

Foreign Trade ChamberExecutive Secretariat

Mario Mugnaini Jr.

Secretário-Executivo


Foreign Trade Chamber

1) Brazilian Foreign Trade

2) Mercosur

3) International Negotiations

4) South America Regional Infrastructure


Brazilian Foreign Trade

Brazilian Trade Balance

US$ millions FOB

Source: SECEX/MDIC


Brazilian Foreign Trade

Main Economic Blocs % Share at Brazilian Exports by Agregated Factor

2003


Brazilian Foreign Trade

Price and Quantum Index

Brazilian Exports

1996=100

Source: SECEX


Brazilian Foreign Trade

Brazilian Agricultural Exports to the World

From 1999 to 2003 – US$ Billions

Source: SECEX/MDIC


Brazilian Foreign Trade

Brazilian Agricultural Exports to Selected Blocs

From 1999 to 2003 – US$ Billions

Source: SECEX/MDIC


Main Brazilian Products Importers

2003/2002

US$ Millions FOB

VALOR VAR.% PART.% (2003)

1 – UNITED STATES 16.692 8,7 22,8

2 - ARGENTINA 4.561 94,8 6,2

3 - CHINA 4.532 79,8 6,2

4 - NETHERLANDS 4.245 33,4 5,8

5 – GERMANY 3.135 23,6 4,3

6 - MEXICO 2.741 17,0 3,8

7 - JAPAN 2.310 10,1 3,2

Source: SECEX/MDIC



Main Origin Markets of Brazilian Imports

2003/2002

US$ Millions FOB

VALOR VAR.% PART.% (2003)

1 – UNITED STATES 9.564 -7,0 19,8

2 - ARGENTINA 4.673 -1,5 9,7

3 - GERMANY 4.205 -4,8 8,7

4 – JAPAN 2.521 7,4 5,2

5 - CHINA 2.148 38,2 4,5

6 - FRANCE 1.768 -0,5 3,7

7 - ITALY 1.757 -0,3 3,6

Source: SECEX/MDIC



MERCOSUR

GDP Evolution

US$ Millions

Source: MDIC


MERCOSUL

Population Evolution

Millions of habitants

Source: MDIC


MERCOSUL

Members-States Share at Mercosul Foreign Trade - 2002

Source: MDIC


Mercosur – Facts and Figures

  • 4th largest economic world-wide bloc;

  • More than 200 million consumers;

  • Combined GDP of more than US$ 1 trillion;

  • Impressive process of modernisation and openness of national economies;

  • Convergence of liberal economic policies in the region;

  • The four countries’ (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay) intra-regional trade grew by 300% between 1990 and 1998, up to aproximately US$ 21 billion;

  • Brazilian and Argentine companies have each invested about 2 billion dollars in the establishment of some 400 joint ventures in the past five years.

Source: Ministry of Foreig Relations of Brazil.


International Negotiations

  • WTO

  • FTAA

    • Free Trade Agreement until january 2005 ;

  • Mercosur / E.U.

    • Free Trade Agreement until October 2004;

  • Mercosur / Andean Community

    • Free Trade Agreement concluded in April 2004.

Source: MDIC


International Negotiations

  • Mercosur / Mexico

    • Tariff Preferences Agreement;

    • New Automotive Agreement – Progressive enlargement of cotes until the free trade in 2006.

  • Mercosur / China, India and South Africa

    • Format Definition of the G-3 Commercial Agreement.

Source: MDIC


South America Regional Infrastructure – Integration Axis

Brazil – Peru: South America Transverse Axis

  • BNDES-COFIDE (Corporación Financera Desarollo Economico) Agreement;

  • Financing Infra-structure Development;

  • Amazônia-Pacífico Linking : BNDES-CAF (Corporácion Andina de Fomento) Concerted Participation.

Photo: National Geographic


South America Regional Infrastructure – Integration Axis

Brazil – Venezuela: North Axis

  • PDVSA-Petrobrás Agreement – Oil Refinery Construction;

  • Boa Vista (Brazil) – Santa Elena (Venezuela) Road.

Photo: National Geographic


South America Regional Infrastructure – Integration Axis

Brazil – Bolivia: Northwest Axis

  • Santa Cruz de la Sierra Gasoduto– South-east of Brazil;

  • US$ 300 millions/year.

Photo: National Geographic


South America Regional Infrastructure – Integration Axis

Mercosur: South Axis

  • Energetic Integration – “Energia Yacreta”;

  • Natural Gas Integratrion – Uruguaina-Paso de los Libres;

  • Road Interconnection – Paso de Jara (Jujuy).

Photo: National Geographic


Foreign Trade Chamber - CAMEX

  • Address: Esplanada dos Ministérios

    • Bloco “J”, 7º andar, sala 700

    • Brasília - DF

    • CEP: 70053-900

    • Phones: 55 612109-7050

    • 55 61 2109-7090

    • Fax: 55 612109-7049

    • E-mail: [email protected]


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