LADW and BDI in conversation with Brazilian Vice President

In the context of the 37th German-Brazilian Economic Meeting from 15 to 17 September 2019 in Natal, BDI President Prof. Dieter Kempf and LADW Chairman Andreas Renschler met with the Brazilian Vice-President General Hamilton Mourão, who took part in the event as acting President of the country.

The Vice-President assured German industry that Brazil would remain committed to its growth agenda with ambitious economic reforms, such as the ongoing pension reform or the tax reform in preparation, and market opening through free trade agreements, such as with the EU. Brazil’s commitment to the protection of the Amazon region was also discussed at the meeting.

Renschler confirmed the interest of German companies in bilateral cooperation and introduced General Mourão to the recently launched CEO Agenda.

Meeting with Vice President Mourão
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