Boeing and Embraer confirm talks for a potential merger

Wall Street Journal reported that Boeing is in discussions to take over Embraer, the Brazilian airframer. The deal would boost Boeing’s presence in the regional jet market. For the moment, they confirm only that they are talking but there is no guarantee a transaction will result from these discussions.   An Embraer-Boeing deal will allowContinue reading “Boeing and Embraer confirm talks for a potential merger”

Brazil-Russia trade gains momentum

So says the Russian newspaper Moscow Times. Furthermore, to raise awareness of Russia in Brazil, the Russian business council worked a deal with Brazil’s major daily Folha de Sao Paolo to publish an insert with articles from the Russian government’s Rossiiskaya Gazeta every month, according to Sergei Vasilyev, chairman of the Russian-Brazil Business Council. Deals on the table Power Machines is negotiating deliveriesContinue reading “Brazil-Russia trade gains momentum”

Hoping to do « Negócios da China »

China is Brazil’s main commercial partner. The bilateral commerce between Brazil and China was R$ 56 bi in 2010, with China registering R$ 5 bi surplus.In 2009, China became Brazil’s main trading partner, leaving the US in the second place. From US$ 2 billion in 2000 to US$ 56 billion 2010, bilateral trade between BrazilContinue reading “Hoping to do « Negócios da China »”

Business at the BRIC Summit in China

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is in China attending the BRIC Summit. Reassuring investment in Brazil In a speech during the World Economic Forum in Boao, China, the president Rousseff highlighted the benefits of investing in Brazil. For her, the country is the place to be applicable in various sectors because there is a combination of factors thatContinue reading “Business at the BRIC Summit in China”

The New Global Challengers by BCG

The latest Boston Consulting Group report on globalization identifies 100 companies that are shaking up the established economy. These are companies based in rapidly developing countries. BCG calls them the global challengers. “A group of companies from rapidly developing economies has begun to leapfrog past established multinationals in global industry rankings.” Brazil has 13 companies in theContinue reading “The New Global Challengers by BCG”