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Welcome to the Brazil - U.S. Business Council

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The Brazil-U.S. Business Council (BUSBC) is the premier business advocacy organization dedicated to strengthening the economic and commercial relationship between the two countries. 
 
The U.S. Section of the BUSBC represents the major U.S. companies invested in Brazil and 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.
 
Visit the new website of the BUSBC's Brazil Section!

 
 
Partnership21 Conference with President Dilma Rousseff
at the Brazil-U.S. Business Council (Aprill 2011)
 
Program of Work
 

The BUSBC's Program of Work identifies the key policy areas that the Council addresses throughout the year and highlights the initiatives that the council plans to pursue. 

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. 

Membership
 
BUSBC membership offers high-level services, including exclusive access to meetings and events, executive business intelligence, BUSBC communications tools, and council advocacy for member issues and priorities. 
 
Partners
 
Working in conjunction with our partners in both countries, including the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry (CNI), American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil (AmCham Brazil), U.S.-Brazil CEO Forum, Brazil Industries Coalition, the council forges consensus between the two private sectors and communicates to both governments with a unique bilateral voice.
 
Get Involved
 
Be part of our social media community to stay up to date on all key issues on the bilateral partnership and join the conversation.  
 
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