The China-Brazil Business Council (CBBC) was founded in 2004. It is a non-profit bilateral institution comprised by two independent Sections, one in Brazil and the other in China. The CBBC seeks to promote dialogue among firms of both countries. The CBBC focuses its activities on structural issues in China-Brazil bilateral relations, aiming to improve the climate for business and investment between the two countries.
The CBBC’s working agenda involves contact with authorities of both governments, periodic gatherings of Brazilian and Chinese firms, thematic seminars, mechanisms for sharing business experiences, and the dissemination of important business research.
The CBBC’s two Sections are completely autonomous and define their activities according to the interests of their members, while cooperating intensively to foster mutual trade and investment.
Our mission is to improve the climate for trade and investment between the two countries. To accomplish this, the CBBC has established the following three strategic directives: