Aerospace & Defense

Webinar: Brazilian Defense Legislation & Market

Brazil has the largest defense budget in Latin America. The budget has more than doubled since 2003 and remains the United States’ # 2 defense partner in the region. Brazil’s Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces continue to pursue an ambitious portfolio of strategic military modernization programs valued around $115 billion, and the US government is strengthening bilateral defense industry engagement.

Download this webinar to hear from expert speakers from the Brazilian Ministry of Defense and industry representatives on key issues including an overview of the Brazilian defense legislation, market, and partnering strategies.

WEBINAR DATE RECODING

February 28, 2018

WEBINAR DOWNLOAD HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED. Please contact Daniele.Andrews@trade.gov with questions.

AGENDA

Presentation on the Brazilian Defense Legislation

Speakers:

Flávio Básilio, Secretary of Defense Products (SEPROD), Ministry of Defense

Major General Paulo Roberto de Barros Chã, Director of Department of Defense, Products (DEPRO), Ministry of Defense

Admiral Marcelo Francisco Campos, Director of Department of Commercial Promotion, Ministry of Defense

Q&A

This webinar was organized by the Foreign Commercial Service under the auspices of the Defense Industry Dialogue (DID), launched in 2016 to identify commercial opportunities and strengthen strategic partnerships between the U.S. and Brazilian defense industries.

For more information, please contact Rick Ortiz or Daniele Andrews.

Rick Ortiz
Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs
U.S. Embassy - Brasilia, Brazil
Tel: +55 61 3312-7330
Rick.Ortiz@trade.gov

Daniele Andrews
Commercial Specialist - Defense
U.S. Embassy - Brasilia, Brazil
Tel: 55-61-3312-7458
Daniele.Andrews@trade.gov

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