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Keep It Up, Keep It Going | A Short-Term Guide to Sustain Brazil-U.S. Relations through Political Transition and Turmoil

We present the text for discussion "Keep It Up, Keep It Going: A Short-Term Guide to Sustain Brazil-U.S. Relations through Political Transition and Turmoil", an initiative of the United States Group of CEBRI's Americas Program. It is a work in progress and its content will be presented and discussed at roundtables with concerned parties and experts in the field. The opinions are the responsibility of their authors, Henrique Rzezinski, Diego Bonomo, Silvia Apolinário, Antonio Meirelles Neto, Christiane Bonomo and Renata Vasconcellos, and not the institutions that they represent.

We present the text for discussion "Keep It Up, Keep It Going: A Short-Term Guide to Sustain Brazil-U.S. Relations through Political Transition and Turmoil", an initiative of the United States Group of CEBRI's Americas Program. It is a work in progress and its content will be presented and discussed at roundtables with concerned parties and experts in the field. The opinions are the responsibility of their authors, Henrique Rzezinski, Diego Bonomo, Silvia Apolinário, Antonio Meirelles Neto, Christiane Bonomo and Renata Vasconcellos, and not the institutions that they represent.

Participants in this publication

Henrique Rzezinski
Trustee

Former Vice-Chair of External Relations at Embraer

Diego Bonomo
Senior Fellow

Member of the Deliberative Council of the Institute of Governmental Relations (IRelGov)

Antonio Josino Meirelles Neto
Executive Director of the Brazil Industries Coalition

Christiane Silva Aquino Bonomo
Diplomat

Renata Saboia Brandao Vasconcellos
Senior Policy Director of Brazil-US Business Council at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Silvia Menicucci de Oliveira Selmi Apolinário
Executive Secretary Brazil-U.S. Business Council at the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry

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