BRAZIL TRADE & INVESTMENT CONFERENCE

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Europa’s Brazil Trade & Investment Conference

Europa’s Brazil Trade & Investment Conference

http://www.tandfevents.com/brazil.

http://www.event-solutions.info/pages/event.asp?ecode=BH1038

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

The Brazil Trade & Investment conference

Europa’s Brazil Trade & Investment Conference is taking
place is just a weeks time. Only a limited amount of places are now available, to avoid
disapointment please book your place as soon as possible.

Brazil is entering a dynamic period of renewed economic growth. A number of measures
put in place to improve good governance and create a better business climate are paying
off as more and more international investors prove their confidence in Brazil. If you are
already trading and investing in Brazil – or just beginning to think about it – then
Brazil Trade & Investment 2006 is a must-attend event.

Brazil Trade & Investment 2006 features a well-balanced
combination of UK, EU and US commercial interests, a senior delegation from the Brazilian
government, and counts on the official support of the Embassy of Brazil (UK), and the
UK-Brazil Chambers of Commerce. Through a dynamic mix of corporate case-studies, high
level presentations and panel discussion, this international conference will examine how
industry, commerce and

government can work together to benefit from investment opportunities in, and trade
with, Brazil.

This international conference will showcase exciting projects, overview the latest
investment opportunities, and afford you the opportunity to network with existing clients,
meet new contacts, and hear senior government spokespeople overview new plans and
contracts.

For more information, visit http://www.tandfevents.com/brazil

For a conference brochure email jon.shepherd@informa.com

Group booking discounts are available.

Key speakers include:

Rt Hon Alistair Darling MP, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry

Sir Roger Bone, President, Boeing United Kingdom Ltd & Former Ambassador to Brazil

H.E. José Maurício Bustani, Ambassador of Brazil to the United Kingdom

Juan Quiros – CEO APEX – Brazil

Luiz Carlos Correa de Carvalho, Chairman, Ethanol Sectorial Chamber, Ministry for
Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply

Alexandra Rosa, Deputy Secretary,Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Planning, Budget and
Management

Marcos Barbosa Pinto, Head of PPP Unit, BNDES

Francisco Itzaina, Regional Director – South America, Rolls- Royce International

Professor Suani Coelho, Deputy Secretary, Sao Paulo State Secretariat for Environment

Robert Tissot, Country Strategies Group Director, PFC Energy

Matthew Albert, Senior Economist, D&B Country Risk Services

Jose Malta, Managing Director, General Electric Energy

Benefits of Attending:

Attend Brazil Trade & Investment 2006 for direct exposure to
many senior Ministry representatives, industry executives, company directors and VIPs

Benefit from expert investment advice on the risks and opportunities associated with
investing in Brazil

Hear from and be inspired by those companies who have succeeded in Brazil

Gain valuable insights from case-studies delivered by existing investors in Brazil

Hear from the experts how the political situation in the region will impact on the
economy

Get to grips with the external risk outlook for global interest rates, external demand
and commodity prices

Receive an update on the current state of regional economic integration schemes (Mercosur) and ongoing WTO talks for the
Doha Round

The atmosphere and levels of business conducted will be tremendous

Places for this event are strictly limited, so to avoid disappointment I would urge you
to secure your place today – simply book online at

http://www.tandfevents.com/brazil.

Alternatively, please call +44 (0)20 7017 5523 for further information.

Group booking discounts are available.

Yours sincerely,

Jon Shepherd

Informa Alliances

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BRAZIL IS A SIZZLING HOT INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITY – AND WITH LOTS OF UNTAPPED POTENTIAL, IT NOW LOOKS SET TO ENTER A DYNAMIC
PERIOD OF RENEWED ECONOMIC GROWTH.

A raft of measures put in place to improve good governance and create a better business
climate are paying off as more and more international investors prove their confidence in
Brazil.

If you are already trading and investing in Brazil – or just beginning to think about
it – then
Brazil Trade & Investment 2006 is a must-attend event.

Brazil Trade & Investment 2006 features a well-balanced combination of UK, EU and US
commercial interests, a senior delegation from the Brazilian government, and counts on the
official support of the Embassy of Brazil (UK), and the UK-Brazil Chambers of Commerce.
Through a dynamic mix of corporate case-studies, high level presentations and panel
discussion, this international conference will examine how industry, commerce and
government can work together to benefit from investment opportunities in, and trade with,
Brazil.

This international conference will showcase exciting projects, overview the latest
investment opportunities, and afford you the opportunity to network with existing clients,
meet new contacts, and hear senior government spokespeople overview new plans and
contracts.
Reasons to attend

  • Attend Brazil Trade & Investment 2006 for direct exposure to many senior Ministry representatives, industry executives,
    company directors and VIPs
  • Benefit from expert investment advice on the risks and opportunities associated with
    investing in Brazil
  • Hear from and be inspired by those companies who have succeeded in Brazil
  • Gain valuable insights from case-studies delivered by existing investors in Brazil
  • Hear from the experts how the political situation in the region will impact on the
    economy
  • Get to grips with the external risk outlook for global interest rates, external demand
    and commodity prices
  • Receive an update on the current state of regional economic integration schemes (Mercosur) and ongoing WTO talks for the Doha Round
  • The atmosphere and levels of business conducted will be tremendous

Key speakers include:

  • Andrew Cahn, Chief Executive, UK Trade & Investment
  • Sir Roger Bone, President, Boeing United Kingdom Ltd & Former Ambassador to Brazil
  • H.E. José Maurício Bustani, Ambassador of Brazil to the United Kingdom
  • Juan Quiros – CEO APEX – Brazil
  • Luiz Carlos Correa de Carvalho, Chairman, Ethanol Sectorial Chamber, Ministry for
    Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply
  • Alexandra Rosa, Deputy Secretary, Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Planning, Budget and
    Management
  • Marcos Barbosa Pinto, Head of PPP Unit, BNDES
  • Francisco Itzaina, Regional Director – South America, Rolls- Royce International
  • Professor Suani Coelho, Deputy Secretary, Sao Paulo State Secretariat for Environment
  • Matthew Albert, Senior Economist, D&B Country Risk Services
  • Jose Malta, Managing Director, General Electric Energy

Who should attend:For senior executives seeking to expand, cement and develop their
commercial activities in Brazil. It will be of particular interest to business
decisionmakers, corporate strategists, export, marketing and operations senior managers
and legal practitioners, consultants and heads of business development in emerging
markets.
This conference is essential for anyone with a vested interest in Brazil Trade and
Investment.

"Brazil clearly demonstrates the opportunities that exist with the emerging
economies. UK businesses should not underestimate the current growth and future potential
growth of these economies. In a world where the economic fortunes of countries are rapidly
changing we all need to raise our game to ensure we see the openings as they appear on the
global stage. What is clear is that your business should look in all directions – north,
west and south as well as to the east – for these openings."

Ian Pearson, former Minister of State for Trade, Investment and Foreign
Affairs

"The UK’s trade relationship with Brazil is increasingly important. Brazil
is our most important trading partner in Latin America, offering promising opportunities
for UK exporters and investors alike."

Tony Blair, 2006

The Brazil Trade & Investment conference

Jon Shepherd mail.qfsjanqrymsequ@europa.msgfocus.com

Tuesday, November 14, 2006


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