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November 21, 2017

O Choque de Globalizações: Impactos sobre o Brasil.

On November 21, CEBRI held the lecture "The Clash of Globalizations: Impacts on Brazil" with professor Marcos Troyjo, director of BRICLab at Columbia University, which addressed issues related to globalization and changes in international dynamics.

"Nations ascend when they manage to adapt adequately to the circumstances imposed by globalization", says Troyj. For him, despite a certain slowdown in the globalization process, there is a perspective of recovery, with new contours – to which Brazil must adapt to in order to not miss opportunities or run any risks.

The event was held at CEBRI's headquarters, in Gávea, in Rio de Janeiro, and was attended by Marcelo Lins, Editor-in-Chief of Globo News, and Julia Dias Leite, CEO at CEBRI.

Date:

November 21, 2017

Location:

Rio de Janeiro, CEBRI

Language:

Portuguese

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O Choque de Globalizações: Impactos sobre o Brasil.

On November 21, CEBRI held the lecture "The Clash of Globalizations: Impacts on Brazil" with professor Marcos Troyjo, director of BRICLab at Columbia University, which addressed issues related to globalization and changes in international dynamics.

"Nations ascend when they manage to adapt adequately to the circumstances imposed by globalization", says Troyj. For him, despite a certain slowdown in the globalization process, there is a perspective of recovery, with new contours – to which Brazil must adapt to in order to not miss opportunities or run any risks.

The event was held at CEBRI's headquarters, in Gávea, in Rio de Janeiro, and was attended by Marcelo Lins, Editor-in-Chief of Globo News, and Julia Dias Leite, CEO at CEBRI.

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Julia Dias Leite
CEO at CEBRI

Julia Dias Leite is the CEO of the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI), Brazil’s main foreign affairs think tank, as well as Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Piemonte Holding. She has led some of the most important independent foreign affairs institutions in Brazil, convening a vast network of companies, government offices, and organizations in Brazil and abroad. She previously served as Executive Secretary of the China-Brazil Business Council, where she consolidated the Council’s position as the primary binational institute dedicated to establishing a dialogue between China and Brazil on trade, financial, and governmental matters. Julia was also a Resident Researcher at the Council of the Americas in New York and a Non-Resident Fellow at the Asia & Latin America Program of the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington. She earned her law degree from the Cândido Mendes University in Brazil and holds a Master’s degree in Business Management. Julia is married to Alessandro Lombardi, has three children and is a documentary photographer.

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