By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – It is possible to significantly increase the market for Brazilian products abroad if the country is able to break down trade barriers, says a Brazilian diplomat working with the World Trade Organization (WTO), and this could help Brazil come out of its economic crisis faster.
“We have competitive products, produced without subsidies, they should have unimpeded access in key markets,” said Celso de Tarso Pereira on Thursday during the fourth edition of the Agriculture Forum of South America, held in Curitiba.
The diplomat says the main challenge for exporters are . . .