President Dilma Rousseff and President Barack Obama shake hands following a meeting during the Seventh Summit of the Americas held in Panama City, Panama in April

President Dilma Rousseff and President Barack Obama meet during the Seventh Summit of the Americas held in Panama City, Panama in April

President Dilma Rousseff and President Barack Obama gather with their senior advisors during the Seventh Summith of the Americas held in Panama City, Panama in April

U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Thomas J. Donohue greets President Dilma Rousseff upon her arrival at the Chamber for the 3rd Brazil-U.S. Business Summit.

U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker gives opening remarks at the 3rd Brazil-U.S. Business Summit

(From left to right) Cassia Carvalho, Executive Director, Brazil-US. Business Council; James S. Rosenstein, Executive Director, Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce; Kenneth E. Hyatt, Deputy Under Secretary for International Trade, U.S. Department of Commerce; U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Ernesto Fraga Araujo; U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Liliana Ayalde; Brazil Council Chair Emeritus...

Brazil's Minister of Finance Joaquim Levy gives special remarks at the 3rd Brazil-U.S. Business Summit

President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil gives the keynote address at the 3rd Brazil-U.S. Business Summit


Highlights from the 3rd Brazil-U.S. Business Summit


The recent presidential visit by Dilma Rousseff to Washington defined a new momentum in the Brazil-U.S. relationship and paved the way for greater trade, investment and collaboration. Brazil Council's policy asks were at the center of the presidential agenda, and many of them experienced significant progress, showcasing that the private sector can influence governments to re-write the "rules of engagement" for the bilateral relationship.

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