In many cases, these trade agreements are being pursued as part of the administration`s policy to expand agrofuel (ethanol) markets. The United States and Brazil have a centuries-old history of economic, political, social and cultural interactions. Most aspects of ongoing bilateral relations are anchored in important agreements negotiated over the years between the two countries. Below are the recent bilateral agreements between the United States and Brazil on important issues. Brazil negotiates a free trade agreement with the EU under the Mercosur Group. The EU is negotiating a free trade agreement with Brazil as part of the EU negotiations on the association agreement with Mercosur countries (including Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay). The ceremony marked the end of the activities of the delegation led by O`Brien. During these events, Brazil and the United States signed an agreement on trade facilitation, in which Brazil will create barriers for the Chinese company Huawei on 5G networks. While Brazil was one of the main Latin American architects of the defeat of the free trade agreement, its economic policy has, in many cases, been in favour of signing free trade agreements. Given its dominant position in Mercosur and on the continent in general, it has focused its efforts on securing such agreements in the institutional for a of which it is a member. “We believe that the U.S.-Brazil Economic Cooperation Agreement will have promising results,” Reed said.
Renata Vasconcellos Senior Policy Director Brazil-U.S. Business Council Phone: (202) 463-5628 E-mail: email@example.com Brazil is currently our 14th largest trading partner with a total of $73.7 billion (two lanes) of merchandise trade in 2019. Exports of goods totaled $42.9 billion; Imports of goods amounted to $30.8 billion. The U.S. trade surplus with Brazil was $12.0 billion in 2019. 24.10.12 – Joint Statement (Secretary Hillary Clinton and Minister Antonio de Aguiar Patriota) 07/ 11 / 12 – Joint Statement on Global Supply Chain Security 07 / 11 / 12 – Joint Statement on Cooperation in Travel Facilitation between the Two Countries 04 / 16 / 12 – Joint Communiqué (Secretary of State) Hillary Clinton and Hillary Clinton Minister Antonio de Aguiar Patriota) 04/09/12 – Joint Statement (President Barack Obama and President Dilma Rousseff) 06/01/11 – Joint Statement (Secretary Hillary Clinton and Minister Antonio de Aguiar Patriota) 03/19/11 – Statement Joint (President Barack Obama and President Dil 13.03.03.11 08 – Joint Action Plan for the Elimination of Racial and Ethnic Discrimination and for the Promotion of Equality (JAPER) 30.03.07 – Joint Agreement on Education 03/20/07 – Agreement on Exchange of Tax Information (TIEA) 03/09 /07 – Memorandum of Understanding for the Promotion of Biofuels Cooperation 06/01/07 – Diplomatic and Consular Real Estate Acquisition and Maintenance Agreement in the United States and Brazil 06/06/06 – Memorandum of Understanding on creation of an informal (commercial) advisory mechanism Dialogue 20.06.03 – Joint Declaration of Intent for the establishment of a mechanism for dialogue 20.06.03 Consultations on cooperation in energy 10/26/99 – Cooperation agreement between their competition authorities for the application of their competition laws 03/19/98 – Memorandum of Understanding on measures Automotive Trade Agreement 10/14/97 – Declaration of the Partnership for Education 03/01/96 – Framework Agreement on Cooperation in Peaceful Uses of Space First THE EU-Brazil Advisory Forum on Fair and Ethical Trade Issues was held in Rio the Janeiro on 21 June 2018 as part of a project, designed by DG TRADE and funded by the Partnership Instrument.