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XVII Reunião do Grupo de Análise sobre China

  • Asia
  • 12 march 2020

Brazil-China Relations in Times of Administered Trade and the Coronavirus: Impacts and Strategies

The signing of Phase 1 of the US-China trade agreement on January 15, 2020 tends to reverse part of the gains obtained by Brazil in the context of the trade war - especially in exports of soybeans and beef. To a lesser extent, the agreement may also impact Brazilian oil exports.

CEBRI’s China Analysis Group opened the 2020 cycle of meetings addressing the potential impacts to Brazil arising from administered trade, especially for Brazilian agribusiness exports.  The document points out that "the potential impact of Phase 1 of the US-China agreement for Brazil will reflect on its agribusiness - which destined 34% of its exports to China in 2019".

Only available in Portuguese.

Brazil-China Relations in Times of Administered Trade and the Coronavirus: Impacts and Strategies

The signing of Phase 1 of the US-China trade agreement on January 15, 2020 tends to reverse part of the gains obtained by Brazil in the context of the trade war - especially in exports of soybeans and beef. To a lesser extent, the agreement may also impact Brazilian oil exports.

CEBRI’s China Analysis Group opened the 2020 cycle of meetings addressing the potential impacts to Brazil arising from administered trade, especially for Brazilian agribusiness exports.  The document points out that "the potential impact of Phase 1 of the US-China agreement for Brazil will reflect on its agribusiness - which destined 34% of its exports to China in 2019".

Only available in Portuguese.

Participants in this publication

Marcos Jank
International Advisory Board

Senior Professor of Agribusiness at INSPER

Larissa Wachholz
Senior Fellow

Partner at Vallya e Former Advisor on China to the Minister of Agriculture of Brazil

Tatiana Rosito
Senior Fellow

Senior Advisor at the New Development Bank (NDB)

Fernando Ribeiro
Planning and Research Technician at IPEA

Gabriel de Barros Torres
International Analyst

Ivan Machado
Director of Studies, Economic Relations and International Policy at IPEA

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).

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