Egyptian, Brazilian companies to talk business
04 de dezembro de 2017
Firms from the Arab country will be in São Paulo this week to do business involving fertilizers, food products, yarns and fabrics, and cement. Matchmaking will be on Friday (8) in the Arab Chamber.
São Paulo – The Egyptian companies that will be in São Paulo on December 7 and 8 to negotiate with Brazilian firms are El Hegaz Farm and Daltex Corporation, from the agribusiness sector, interested in exporting fruits, greens, herbs and spices; El Nasr Co. for Intermediate Chemicals and Abu Zabel Co., from the chemical sector, which want to sell fertilizers. Elktob Textiles Company and Almatex, from the textile sector, which are offering cotton yarn and fabrics; and El-Arish Cement company, manufacturer of cement.
These companies are part of a delegation organized by the Egytian Commercial Service (ECS) that will also include authorities from the trade promotion are of the Arab country. On December 8, the group will be at the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce to take part in a seminar on the free trade agreement signed by Mercosur and Egypt, which went into effect in September.
The Egyptians want to take advantage of the business opportunities created by the agreement, thus, after the seminar, there will be a business matchmaking with Brazilian companies, also at the Arab Chamber (read below how to register. On December 7, the delegation will attend meetings with representatives of government agencies and sector associations.
Another Egyptian company, the Prime Pharma, of pharmaceuticals, will go directly to Argentina, which is part of the South American bloc together with Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.
Fertilizers, textiles and preserved food products are some of the products that Brazil already imports from Egypt. Fertilizers, for instance, accounted for USD 73.6 million out of a total of USD 140 million sold by the Arab nation to the Brazilian market from January to October, that is, over half of sales.
Among food products, Egypt’s olive exports to Brazil were worth USD 17.4 million in the same period. Cotton and cotton yarn accounted for USD 6.7 million, and apparel items reached USD 3 million. The data is from the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC).
Business Meeting Brazil-Egypt
December 8, Friday, from 9 am to noon (seminar), and from noon to 3 pm (business matchmaking)
At the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, Avenida Paulista, 283, 11th floor, Bela Vista, São Paulo, SP
Information with Filipe Ferraz or Steffani Novais
Phone: 55 11 3145-3212 / 3275
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ou email@example.com
Click here to register
*Translated by Sérgio Kakitani