Emergent trade opportunities in the oil sector between Brazil and the region will be highlighted at an upcoming conference in Dubai.
Platts Oil Markets Middle East Conference 2013, organized by McGraw Hill Financial’s energy
Etihad Airways and Brazil’s low cost airline Gol Intelligent Airlines have implemented an Interline e-ticket functionality that will provide new seamless booking and ticketing opportunities for both airlines’ passengers.
The Arab nations imported $117.64 million worth of coffee from Brazil during the period of January to August this year, reflecting a 1.92 per cent revenue increase over the same period of 2012.
Brazil exported 46 tons of coffee to
The export of beans from Brazil to the Arab countries has surpassed $5.52 million for the first seven months of this year, increasing by 276 per cent over the same period last year, according to a report.
Egypt accounted for
The Middle East imported goods and foodstuff worth more than $6.56 billion during the first half of 2013, according to figures released by the Brazilian Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade.
Saudi Arabia, the UAE, E
The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) is set to host the Middle Eastern edition of a programme to build capacity in internationalisation and competitiveness in Brazilian organisations.
The Inter-Com Mid
German carmaker Daimler plans to build a new plant in Brazil as rising taxes on foreign vehicles make it more difficult to sell imported cars in the Latin American country, a report said.
Daimler's luxury brand Mercedes-Benz i
Tickets for the 2014 World Cup will cost some 10 per cent more than in South Africa in 2010, with the dearest ones for international fans selling for $990 and the cheapest for $90, officials from Fifa and Brazil's organising committee said o
Brazil imported about $2.76 billion worth of petroleum products, gas and energy from the Middle East from January to April, accounting for almost 20 per cent of total oil imports to the country, a report said.
In light of the Arab
Capital glut has become capital flight in emerging markets. Stock markets in developed economies may be the beneficiaries for now. But the switch merely exchanges one set of risks for another.
Over the past six months, expectation