Provides references to the principal business associations, indicating which accept U.S. companies. Describes the primary roles of those associations and to what extent they influence government actions.
Last Published: 6/26/2018
Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil   
Brasilia: (responsible for Northern and Midwest except the State of Mato Grosso do Sul) 
 
Recife in Northeast Brazil: (Except the State of Bahia)
 
Rio de Janeiro (+ State of Espirito Santo, Souhteast and Bahia, Northeast)
  • Southeast - State of Espirito Santo:
    • FINDES - Federacao das Industrias do Estado do Espirito Santo (Federation of Industries of the State of Espirito Santo)
  • Northeast - the State of Bahia
    • FIEBA - Federacao das Industrias do Estado da Bahia (Federation of Industries of the State of Bahia)
 
Sao Paulo (Southern and State of Mato Grosso do Sul, Midwest)
 
Southern:
  • FIEAPR - Federacao das Industrias do Estado do Parana (Federation of Industries of the State of Parana)
  • FIERGS - Federacao das Industrias do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul (Federation of Industries of the State of Rio Grande do Sul)
  • FIESC - Federacao das Industrias do Estado de Santa Catarina (Federation of Industries of the State of Santa Catarina) 

Midwest, the State of Mato Grosso do Sul

  • FIEMS - Federacao das Industrias do Estado de Mato Grosso do Sul (Federation of Industries of the State of Mato Grosso do Sul)

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