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COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY

The U.S. Commercial Services protects U.S. commercial interests abroad through Commercial Diplomacy. If you are a U.S. company facing un fair trade practice or non-tariff barriers, or are experiencing difficulties bidding on international tenders in Brazil, we can assist!

In particular, we:

  • Address foreign regulatory trade barriers and policies;
  • Create or improve market opportunities by advocating for U.S. interests with foreign

governments;

  • Eliminate or reduce threats to U.S. business interests.    

For more information, please contact your sector Specialist for more information on how to initiate a request.

TRADE ADVOCACY

The U.S. Government offers additional support through its Advocacy Center which helps U.S. companies --small, medium and large-- win government contracts across the globe.

World-class advocacy through accredited diplomats and other U.S. officials can give your company an edge and help when unanticipated problems arise.

Support can range from meetings with U.S. Commercial Service Officers and U.S. Ambassadors with high- level Brazilian government officials, to letters and calls from high-level U.S. Government officials.

Leverage the resources and influence of the U.S. Government to level the playing field by putting the resources and authority of the U.S. government behind your company. Please contact your sector Specialist for more information on how to initiate an Advocacy request for the Brazilian market.


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