By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – A bilateral commercial agreement between Mercosur partners and the European Union is a priority for Brazil and could be signed by 2016, according to Brazil’s Minister on Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, Armando Monteiro.
“Brazil is repositioning its commercial policies. We have launched the National Export Plan, which has as one of its objectives to include the country in the international network of trade and investment agreements,” said Monteiro on Monday during a conference in São Paulo with members of European trade chambers.
“We consider that the main . . .