Doing Business with Brazil

Brazil Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism

The Brazil-Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Tourism (BJCC) was founded on July 1, 2008, in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. This was a historic event and one which marked the beginning of closer commercial, cultural, industrial and tourism relations between the two countries.

This non-profit organization was created with the fundamental statutory objective to incentivize, increase and maintain socio-economic ties, bi-lateral trade, cultural and tourism relations between the two countries. We also aim to assist companies and organizations in both countries establish and undertake joint action to stimulate investment and explore new avenues for trade.

Jamaica is one of Brazil’s strongest trading partners in the Caribbean with Brazilian exports to the Island reaching approximately US$247 million in 2007 and by the end of May, 2008, Brazil’s exports to Jamaica were estimated at over US$130 million. We can see a steady increase in trade between the two nations over the years, which is definitely a positive sign.

We would like to invite both Brazilian and Jamaican companies to participate in this lucrative venture by confirming your membership to the Brazil-Jamaica Chamber of Commerce.

SOURCE: BJCC (Brazil – Jamaica Chamber of Commerce)

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