Session 4 – Track “Perspectives” | Global Trade and Bilateral Cooperation between Brazil and the U.S. – A Driver for Growth of the Biotechnology Sector
The U.S. and Brazil—the two most prominent economies in the Americas—have long enjoyed a fruitful commercial relationship through trade and investment. The potential for a more strategic partnership is enormous and the two governments have committed to enhancing the trade relationship and bilateral cooperation in other key areas. This panel will explore the areas where the Brazilian and U.S. governments can collaborate to increase trade and economic ties in the biotech space, drawing on lessons from the region and beyond.
- Achilles Zaluar, Ambassador, Director of the Department for Technology Promotion, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brazil
- Renata Vasconcellos, Senior Policy Director, U.S. Chamber - Brazil-U.S. Business Council
- Mike Pieck, PhD, Small Business Program Director, National Heart Lung and Blood Institute at the National Institutes of Health