Trade missions offer Wisconsin businesses the chance to grow globally, read more

Ten Latin-American countries—Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Peru—account for half of the U.S.’ free trade agreement partners.  These countries have a rapidly growing base of middle-class consumers and diversifying industries. They offer a unique combination of similar language and business cultures. These countries also have made clear commitments to opening their markets and integrating supply chains with the U.S. Brazil is unique in the region in a number of ways. It is the largest country in the region, bordering every country in South America except Chile and Ecuador. Brazil is the only Portuguese-speaking country in the region. It is the second-largest economy in the Western Hemisphere, after the U.S., and accounts for more than 50% of Latin America´s GDP.  Brazil´s economy is also more protected than those of its neighbors.

The U.S. and Ecuador discuss expanding trade

New trade opportunities with Ecuador could be imminent, opening possibilities for Wisconsin manufacturers and suppliers to participate.

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A fruitful mango season for Ecuador

As the volume of Ecuador’s fruit exports grows, Wisconsin machinery and agricultural equipment companies may want to consider exploring market possibilities.

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Brazil’s fertile fertilizer market

Wisconsin agrochemical companies have a large potential market in Brazil—the world’s fourth largest consumer of fertilizer nutrients.

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Colombia awards contracts for 11 solar projects

The Colombian government is interested in investing in renewable energy, which could present an opportunity for Wisconsin services or products.

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Brazil cuts import tariffs to fight inflation

The fee reductions will allow internal prices to adjust and facilitate the entry of exports from Wisconsin companies to the Brazilian market.

By |2021-10-01T00:00:00-06:00October 1, 2021|Comments Off on Brazil cuts import tariffs to fight inflation

Demand for organic food ripens in Latin America, Symrise reports

People in Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico are basing their choices for food on taste, simplicity and transparency, health benefits, and the authenticity and sustainability of natural ingredients. For that, they are willing to pay more.

By |2021-05-02T00:00:00-06:00May 2, 2021|Comments Off on Demand for organic food ripens in Latin America, Symrise reports
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