Brazil's Economic Identity: Motivations and Expectations

An Event with the Americas Program Brazil Initiative
  • Wednesday, Jul 16, 2014
  • Featured Remarks by:

    Otaviano Canuto
    Senior Advisor on the BRICS Economies
    Development Economics Department
    The World Bank

    Moderator:

    Carl Meacham
    Author, and
    Director
    CSIS Americas Program

    As the sixth BRICS Summit takes place in Brazil (July 14 - 16), it remains to be seen what role the BRICS - individually and collectively - will play in the ever-more integrated global markets. The case of Brazil is one of great progress and unbounded potential constrained by formidable challenges, and the country's economic identity remains ill understood all around the world. Join us as we launch "Brazil's Economic Identity: Motivations and Expectations" with World Bank senior advisor Otaviano Canuto, exploring Brazil's role in the global economy - its potential and its remaining challenges - in the context of the BRICS Summit.

    Open to the public, but seating is limited. To RSVP, send confirmation to the Americas Program at americas@csis.org.

    Need help finding us? Use the map of our new location on csis.org with parking lots and metro stops.

Location

Center for Strategic and International Studies
1616 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036

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