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Trade Project and Financing

Brazil requires major investment in virtually all areas of its economy and infrastructure. Accordingly, there are significant opportunities for US firms seeking to expand into Brazil. Capturing project financing for foreign direct investment (FDI) in Brazil and indeed other foreign countries, is more complex and challenging than for domestic projects. Accordingly, US firms should be aware of a number of project finance tools that are available to them from a variety of sources that can assist them in securing project finance for projects in Brazil. Sources include: The US Government (OPIC, Ex-Im Bank); Multilateral Organizations (IDB, World Bank) and The Private Sector.

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