Apex-Brasil promotes webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on trade with...

The Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) will hold on April 30, at 10 am, the webinar "European Union - Trade and Institutional...

Brazil may leave important legacy of innovation after the coronavirus crisis

Brazil can leave an important legacy of innovation after the coronavirus crisis, from the connectivity of all health units in the country to the...

Brazil: CNI offers free online course to facilitate temporary exports

Interested parties can learn how to issue Ata Carnet, a document that facilitates temporary exports to more than 75 countries The abrupt reduction in the...

Virtual events celebrate World Creativity Day in Brasilia

Established in 2017 by the UN, the date raises awareness about innovation In addition to Brasilia's birthday, April 21 marks an international date instituted by...

IBGE: 33.6% of Brazilian companies are innovative

Innovation rate, from 2015 to 2017, was below the previous three-year period In the period from 2015 to 2017, 33.6% of a total of 116,962...

Brazil: CNPq offers R$ 50 million for research projects to combat...

The Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) launched a public call to allocate R$ 50 million to research and innovation projects...

Apex Brasil launches report on global markets and coronavirus

Apex-Brasil launched the document Global Markets and Coronavirus - Market Intelligence Report - 2nd Edition, which deals with countries' responses to COVID-19, the global...

ECLAC expects at least 1.8% drop in Latin America’s economy

According to report, the reduction is due to the effects of coronavirus The crisis triggered by the covid-19 could lead to a fall in the...

Apex-Brasil webinar presents new COVID-19 tool for Brazilian companies

Apex-Brasil will hold on April 7, at 10 am (Brasília time), the webinar "Navigating with companies on Painel COVID-19". During the broadcast, a new...

Brazil: Coronavirus may reduce exports by US $ 18.6 billion

Up to 56 million tons will no longer be shipped The global recession generated by the new coronavirus pandemic could reduce Brazilian exports by at...

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