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CS Brazil:
Brasília (Embassy), Belo Horizonte, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo

Hello and welcome!
Or as we say in Brazil, Olá e bem-vindo!

I am Rick Ortiz, the Senior Commercial Officer for the U.S. Commercial Service Brazil. Our mission is to help U.S. firms enter or increase their market share in Brazil, the second largest market in the Western Hemisphere. With a network of five offices throughout the country, our sector specialists assist U.S. companies excel in the dynamic Brazilian marketplace by helping to identify potential business partners, overcome trade barriers through Commercial Diplomacy, obtain valuable sector-specific market research, and connect to a variety of export promotion resources.

BREAKING NEWS

E-Visa: Gov’t of Brazil makes travel easier and cheaper with new e-visa system
U.S. travelers can now apply online for a Brazilian visa for only $40-- a 75% reduction from the previous visa fee. The U.S. was the fourth country to benefit from the Government of Brazil’s new e-visa system which also includes Japan, Canada, and Australia. Read this New York Times article for more information.

Use Your U.S. ATA Carnet in Brazil!
Brazil is now the third country in Latin America to allow U.S. exporters to bring sample products into the country on a temporary basis without paying import taxes via the ATA Carnet. A Carnet is an international customs and temporary export-import document which allows the holder to avoid import duties for goods which will be re-exported within one year. U.S. exhibitors interested in learning more about this system should first contact their local U.S.  Export Assistance Center. Additional information can be found on the ATA Carnet website.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: Helpful tips for U.S. Companies interested in exporting to Brazil:

We also help Brazilian companies find the best U.S. suppliers and offer assistance to Brazilian companies interested in investing in the U.S. through our SelectUSA program. Please visit our BuyUSA website for details.

To learn about our eligibility requirements for U.S. companies, please click here




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