Brazilian Foreign Minister Visits U.S. to Discuss World Economy

Posted on May 20, 2013 • Filed under: Brazil, Economy, United States reported on May 19, 2013 that Brazilian Foreign Minister, Antonio Patriota, and U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, will meet on Monday, 20, in Washington D.C. to discuss topics such as the world economy, issues pertaining to G-20, and areas in education, science, and technology. Among the issues to be discussed, is the US-Brazil partnership in energy. The Brazilian Foreign Minister will meet with other U.S. officials to discuss and learn more about U.S. trade negotiations with the European Union. As well, both men will talk about President Dilma’s visit to the U.S. in October.Read Article

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