Guavas, mangoes and mangosteens, papayas and papayas, soybeans and its derivatives are the agribusiness products with the greatest potential for expansion in Brazilian exports to Portugal. But it is through the sector of services and information technologies, leveraged by similar business logics and a common language, that the greatest opportunities arise.
Portugal Brazil. Agribusiness and innovation have the greatest potential, according to study.
By cross-referencing Brazil’s and Portugal’s global import and export schedules, a market intelligence study conducted by the Portuguese-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, at the request of APEX-BRASIL through the Brazilian Embassy in Lisbon, reveals, through an algorithm, which products and services, at each moment in time, have the greatest potential for export growth (from one country to the other)
The algorithm, developed by Información Capital, a consulting company specialized in market intelligence and trading (member of the Câmara de Comércio Luso Brasileira) combines, in an interactive way, quantitative and quantitative data regarding international trade.
José Manuel Diogo, Informacion capital CEO, acting Trade Finance director of Brazil Portugal Chamber of Commerce and research coordinator being interviewed on Brazilian National Television about the “Potential Rise of Exportations” from Brazil to Portugal