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CEBRI Supports Insper Agro Global and FUNAG's Book On Agribusiness

Insper Agro Global and FUNAG are launching the book “O Brasil no Agronegócio Global – Reflexões sobre a inserção do agronegócio brasileiro nas principais macrorregiões do planeta”.

The publication brings analyses of challenges and opportunities facing Brazilian agribusiness in nine macro-regions of the planet: Latin America, the United States and Canada, the European Union, Russia, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, China, and Southeast Asia.

The book launch will take place on the 18th of November, at 6 pm. Register here!

In 2020, Insper created the Executive Education course “Brazil in Global Agribusiness” in partnership with FUNAG, linked to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The purpose of the course is to train Brazilian civil servants and diplomats to make the Brazilian export agenda more diverse and competitive. “There is a great demand in the Brazilian public sector and in the Foreign Ministry itself for training in this sector. In this way, we are creating a network to make Brazil more competitive and to explore opportunities in different regions of the world”, Marcos Jank, the Trustee of CEBRI's Agribusiness Program, pointed out.

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Insper Agro Global and FUNAG are launching the book “O Brasil no Agronegócio Global – Reflexões sobre a inserção do agronegócio brasileiro nas principais macrorregiões do planeta”.

The publication brings analyses of challenges and opportunities facing Brazilian agribusiness in nine macro-regions of the planet: Latin America, the United States and Canada, the European Union, Russia, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, China, and Southeast Asia.

The book launch will take place on the 18th of November, at 6 pm. Register here!

In 2020, Insper created the Executive Education course “Brazil in Global Agribusiness” in partnership with FUNAG, linked to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The purpose of the course is to train Brazilian civil servants and diplomats to make the Brazilian export agenda more diverse and competitive. “There is a great demand in the Brazilian public sector and in the Foreign Ministry itself for training in this sector. In this way, we are creating a network to make Brazil more competitive and to explore opportunities in different regions of the world”, Marcos Jank, the Trustee of CEBRI's Agribusiness Program, pointed out.

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03 october 2022
  • Institutional