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Roberto Teixeira da Costa Launches Book on Brazil's Relations with the World

  • Institutional
  • External Relations
  • 18 june 2021

"Yes, Brazil is scared of the world." That is how the Trustee Emeritus at CEBRI, Roberto Teixeira da Costa, answers the question "Is Brazil Scared of the World? Or Is the World Scared of Brazil?", which is the title of his most recent book. In an interview given to GloboNews on the 18th of June, CEBRI's Trustee discussed the lack of initiative on behalf of Brazilian companies and public institutions to go international.

"We don't realize our importance for the world, our enormous potential in terms of resources," Roberto Teixeira da Costa claims.

The book was launched at the start of this month by the publishing group Editora Noeses and comes with a foreword by Marcos Azambuja, a diplomat who is also Trustee Emeritus at CEBRI.

The complete article and interview are available on G1 and can be accessed here.

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"Yes, Brazil is scared of the world." That is how the Trustee Emeritus at CEBRI, Roberto Teixeira da Costa, answers the question "Is Brazil Scared of the World? Or Is the World Scared of Brazil?", which is the title of his most recent book. In an interview given to GloboNews on the 18th of June, CEBRI's Trustee discussed the lack of initiative on behalf of Brazilian companies and public institutions to go international.

"We don't realize our importance for the world, our enormous potential in terms of resources," Roberto Teixeira da Costa claims.

The book was launched at the start of this month by the publishing group Editora Noeses and comes with a foreword by Marcos Azambuja, a diplomat who is also Trustee Emeritus at CEBRI.

The complete article and interview are available on G1 and can be accessed here.

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