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The Brazil-U.S. Business Council is a private sector organization focused on promoting the free flow of trade and investment between the United States and Brazil. Established in 1976, the Brazil-U.S. Business Council was created to foster understanding and advance business priorities between the two countries.
The U.S. Section of the BUSBC represents major U.S. companies invested in Brazil. It operates under the administrative aegis of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, maintaining independent policy formulation and membership.The Brazil Section of the BUSBC is managed by the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry (CNI), composed of the 27 Brazilian state-level federations of industry.
The unifying mission of the BUSBC is to protect, maintain, and advance trade and investment between the United States and Brazil through free trade, free market, and free enterprise.
U.S. Chamber Strengthens Commitment to U.S.-Brazil Relationship
U.S. Chamber Welcomes Resolution of WTO Cotton Dispute with Brazil
U.S. Chamber Adds Cassia Carvalho and Neil Herrington to Brazil-U.S. Business Council and Americas Executive Teams
U.S. Chamber’s Brazil-U.S. Business Council Appoints The Coca-Cola Company’s Ahmet Bozer as Co-Chair
Câmbio e Política Comercial - Diego Z. Bonomo, O Estado de Sao Paulo
The Brazil-U.S. Trade Agenda - Diego Z. Bonomo, O Estado de Sao Paulo
Brazilian Trade Policy: Legality, Legitimacy, and Efficacy - Diego Z. Bonomo, O Estado de Sao Paulo
Brazil-U.S., Time to Include the Congresses - Diego Z. Bonomo, O Estado de Sao Paulo
BUSBC In the News
Los empresarios urgen a Estados Unidos y a Brasil a relanzar sus relaciones
February 7, 2014
Special Report - Brazil's Olympic push isn't winning any medals
March 27, 2011
President Obama Addresses Business Community in Brasilia
March 20, 2011
Obama To Close Brazil-US Business Meeting
March 18, 2011
Brazil-Arab News Agency
Hours before Obama arrives, Brazil reaffirms its commitment is with Mercosur
March 17, 2011
Brazil slaps trade sanctions on US over cotton dispute
March 9, 2010
BUSBC In the Brazilian Media
Obama chega de olho em potencial energético do Brasil para suprir demanda dos EUA
March 17, 2011
Brasil espera corte em subsídios agrícolas com visita de Obama
March 16, 2011
Folha de Sao Paulo