A space that brings together activities, debates, seminars, initiatives, etc., promoted or supported by the OCAA.
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“Amazoniar” proposes a series of live streams in the format of informative debates on social networks, in large thematic cycles, related to the Brazilian Amazon and whatever is of interest to Brazil’s relations with other countries.
Convergence for Brazil and the International Chamber of Commerce in Brazil (ICC Brasil) present the webinar“ The future of international trade and climate barriers ”, with the presence of the former Minister of Finance and signatory of Convergence for Brazil Maílson da Nóbrega, Klabin’s CEO, Cristiano Teixeira, and ICC Global’s Deputy Director of Trade and Investment, Damien Bruckard.
After 20 years of on-and-off negotiations, the European Union and Mercosur states – Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay – reached a political agreement for a trade deal. To become effective, it needs the ratification of all countries involved (27 in the EU and 4 from Mercosur). Although the EU is implementing environmental provisions at the bilateral and regional level since the 2011 EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement, this is the first time that the Mercosur agree to such a Trade and Sustainable Development (TSD) Chapter. Experts will explain the recent developments and challenges ahead for both regions.
Valor Econômico brings together actors from the agribusiness, timber sector and private environmental management to discuss the recent highs of deforestation in the Amazon and the image of relaxation in environmental inspection that have put the opening of foreign markets for Brazilian exports at risk.
A 2-days virtual conference promoted by the EU on the “EU-Mercosur Association Agreement: Sustainable Development agenda and the civil society & companies’ role” focusing to the Trade and Sustainable Development chapter
The OAB’s seminar brings several experts to comment on the EU-Mercosur Agreement, mostly, from a juridical perspective.
Canning House promoted a discussion on progress, perspectives and possibilities of regional and international trade alliances in Latin America.
The IBDA’s Webinar brings Brazilian agribusiness’ experts to discuss perspectives on the United States in the Biden era and the Asian free trade agreement (RCEP), which is currently under discussion.
The event discusses new ways of the Judiciary to protect the Legal Amazon and its traditional populations. A joint study by a Brazilian and a European expert is debated, aiming to understand the possible approaches of the Judiciary to ensure both the Legal Amazon and environmental protection.
The European Delegation organized a series of workshops to dialogue with Brazilian civil society on the chapter “Trade and Sustainable Development (TSD)” of the EU-Mercosur Agreement, especially from the perspective of how to guarantee labor rights and environmental protection.
The event, promoted by IRICE, brings a round table that discusses the environmental policies and external trade relations.
Debate on the EU-Mercosur Agreement, with the European Union ambassador to Brazil, Ignácio Ybáñez, the Bilateral and Regional Negotiations in the Americas secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ambassador Pedro Miguel da Costa e Silva, and PSL Rio de Janeiro deputy and president of the Parliamentary Front Brazil – European Union, Gurgel.
The panel discusses the correlations between the European Union debate on the Green Deal, the negotiations with Mercosur and the global climate emergency scenario.
This event discusses general aspects of the book, which analyzes the current status of trade relations between EU-Mercosur, including reflections on the implications of the socio-political context on both sides of the Atlantic, the environmental perspective involved and the history of trade exchanges.