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Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce delegation visits Egypt Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai
2 November 2021  -  Sector :  -  Entity :  -  Category : General

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There is vast potential for boosting trade between Egypt and Brazil both at the bilateral and multilateral levels, Chohfi says.

Dubai- Nov 2, 2021

Ambassador Osmar Chohfi, president of the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, has visited Egypt Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, leading a 15-member delegation of Chamber officials and representatives of Brazilian companies.

Chohfi lauded the remarkable content of the pavilion, which highlights the ancient Egyptian civilization and the major development efforts exerted by the government, as well as the country’s ambitious vision for the future.

He pointed out that the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce recently opened a representative office in Cairo, which reflects the Chamber's interest in the Egyptian market, being one of the most prominent in the Middle East and Africa,

The new headquarters, Chohfi noted, will contribute to supporting joint Brazilian-Egyptian factories and promoting trade between the two countries, both at the bilateral and multilateral levels, with Latin American as well as African countries under the Mercosur and the African Continental Free Trade agreements respectively.

He further explained that the services provided by the office will include: establishing communication channels at the commercial and investment levels with Egyptian counterpart institutions, government agencies and the local business community, organizing mutual trade missions between Egypt and Brazil and related business activities, in addition to providing services to Brazilian-funded companies and helping them communicate with government bodies and the Egyptian business community.

Other services will include: promoting the participation of companies in exhibitions, conferences and other economic events, communicating with the local and regional authorities concerned in this regard, and providing legal consultations in the areas of trade and protection of intellectual property rights, Chohfi added.

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