This week, CNI Summit attends meetings with business and executives from Florida to discuss investment opportunities with the US state, the main access point in economic relations between Brazil and the United States.
The organization’s president, Robson Andrade, will have a meeting with representatives from the Brazil-United States Florida Chamber of Commerce, an entity that brings together companies such as Itau, Citi, Diageo and Embraer, and the International Trade Association of Miami. with. -Dade County, an advisory body affiliated with the City of Miami.
Andrade is in America at the invitation of the Americans. “Due to the pandemic, officials in Miami Dade realized the need to diversify sources of supply. The sector is in great demand in sectors such as energy, medical and dental equipment and textile products, says the head of CNI.
Over the past ten years, Florida has been the main destination of Brazilian investment in the Americas, reaching $922.3 million over the past decade, in 46 projects by 40 companies and creating 2,300 jobs in the state.
In the opposite direction, Brazil is the main destination for Florida exports, averaging $14.6 billion annually over the past decade, equivalent to 37.5% of US exports to Brazil.