Studies and Research

Brazilian Perspectives for BRICS

The project “Brazilian Perspectives for BRICS - 2022”, developed by CEBRI at the invitation of the Chinese Embassy in Brazil, aimed at mapping trends and defining concrete strategies and proposals to, from a Brazilian perspective, inform the agenda and improve the joint action and international projection of the group, whose rotating presidency is held by China in 2022. The development, coordination, and results of the project were the responsibility of CEBRI and, beyond the original objective, constitute a contribution to the debate on BRICS in Brazil. The project brought together about 30 high-level Brazilian specialists from various areas (academia, civil society, private sector, and public sector) in three closed meetings.

This Executive Summary presents a synthesis of the discussions.

The project “Brazilian Perspectives for BRICS - 2022”, developed by CEBRI at the invitation of the Chinese Embassy in Brazil, aimed at mapping trends and defining concrete strategies and proposals to, from a Brazilian perspective, inform the agenda and improve the joint action and international projection of the group, whose rotating presidency is held by China in 2022. The development, coordination, and results of the project were the responsibility of CEBRI and, beyond the original objective, constitute a contribution to the debate on BRICS in Brazil. The project brought together about 30 high-level Brazilian specialists from various areas (academia, civil society, private sector, and public sector) in three closed meetings.

This Executive Summary presents a synthesis of the discussions.

Participants in this publication

Marcos Caramuru
International Advisory Board

Ambassador of Brazil to the People's Republic of China (2016-2018)

José Mário Antunes
Senior Fellow

Chief Operating Officer at the Sao Paulo State Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (InvestSP) in Shanghai.

Tatiana Rosito
Senior Fellow

Senior Advisor at the New Development Bank (NDB)

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