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Conferência CEBRI-APEX-SANTANDER | Brasil-China: Propostas para o Futuro

  • Asia
  • 30 november 2018

Throughout 2018, within the scope of CEBRI's Asia Program, the China Analysis Group held nine meetings, promoting discussions on issues central to the Brazil-China bilateral relationship, the understanding of China's foreign and economic policy and its global expansion. In keeping with the Chatham House rule, these meetings brought together more than 400 representatives from academia, the private and public sector, including Chinese financial institutions and state-owned companies.


In November 2018, the conclusions reached at these meetings gave rise to a position paper, containing guidelines and recommendations for a global and sustainable strategic partnership between Brazil and China, delivered to government authorities. With the aim of disseminating this reflection to a wider audience, CEBRI held the Conference "Brazil-China: Proposals for the Future", organized in partnership with Banco Santander and the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil). As the tenth and last meeting of CEBRI's China Analysis Group in 2018, the Conference received more than 200 participants and brought together speakers from the public and private sectors.

Throughout 2018, within the scope of CEBRI's Asia Program, the China Analysis Group held nine meetings, promoting discussions on issues central to the Brazil-China bilateral relationship, the understanding of China's foreign and economic policy and its global expansion. In keeping with the Chatham House rule, these meetings brought together more than 400 representatives from academia, the private and public sector, including Chinese financial institutions and state-owned companies.


In November 2018, the conclusions reached at these meetings gave rise to a position paper, containing guidelines and recommendations for a global and sustainable strategic partnership between Brazil and China, delivered to government authorities. With the aim of disseminating this reflection to a wider audience, CEBRI held the Conference "Brazil-China: Proposals for the Future", organized in partnership with Banco Santander and the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil). As the tenth and last meeting of CEBRI's China Analysis Group in 2018, the Conference received more than 200 participants and brought together speakers from the public and private sectors.

Participants in this publication

José Alfredo Graça Lima
Vice-Chairman

Arbitrator of the WTO Multi-Party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement (MPIA)

Izabella Teixeira
Trustee Emeritus

Co-Chair of the UN International Resource Panel and Minister of Environment (2010-2016)

Rubens Ricupero
Trustee Emeritus

Minister of Environment (1993-1994) and Minister of Finance (1994)

André Clark
Trustee

Senior Vice President for the Siemens Energy Hub in Latin America and General Manager of Siemens Energy Brazil

Luiz Ildefonso Simões Lopes
Trustee

Vice Chairman of Brookfield Brasil

Roberto Jaguaribe
Trustee

Ambassador of Brazil to Germany

Tatiana Rosito
Senior Fellow

Senior Advisor at the New Development Bank (NDB)

Augusto Castro
Manager of the President's Office at Apex Brasil

Chang Yunbo
Chairman of Concremat and CEO of CCCC South America

José Pio Borges
Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI)

Former President of the Brazilian National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES).

Li Jinzhang
Former Chinese Ambassador to Brazil

Li Yinsheng
CEO of China Three Gorges Corporation Brazil and Executive Vice President of CTG International

Rodrigo Tavares Maciel
Partner at Faveret/Lampert Advogados

Sandro Marcondes
Head of Structured Operations and Debt Market at Banco Santander

Sarquis José Buainain Sarquis
Secretary of Foreign Trade and Economic Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MRE)

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