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The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) works to promote Brazilian products and services abroad, and to attract foreign investment to strategic sectors of the Brazilian economy.

The Agency carries out several commercial promotion initiatives, such as commercial and prospective missions, business rounds, support to the participation of Brazilian companies in major business fairs, and visits of foreign buyers and opinion formers to assess the Brazilian productive structure, among other business platforms aimed to strengthen the Brazil brand.

In addition to the headquarters in Brasilia, Apex-Brasil has nine business offices in important global markets, to assist in the process of internationalization of Brazilian companies, prospect business opportunities and enhance national participation in major global markets, also serving as a reference for the attraction of foreign investment.

The business offices are located in Asia (Beijing, China), the Middle East (Dubai, United Arab Emirates), North America (Miami and San Francisco, USA), South America (Bogotá, Colombia), Central America and the Caribbean (Havana, Cuba), Europe (Brussels, Belgium), Eurasia (Moscow, Russia) and Africa (Luanda, Angola).

The incentive to agribusiness is an important chapter in Bradesco’s history. The bank’s support to the sector comes from a long date, as well as the entrepreneurial spirit of various productive sectors of the country.

This history is being built since 1943, when Bradesco was founded. Together also came the decision to narrow the relations with farmers that, at that time, were already part of Brazil’s main economic force.

Not by chance, to the late 1940s and early 1950s, the Bank was supporting and following the strengthening of the coffee culture as economic pillar and opened in northern Paraná the first branches outside of São Paulo.

Today, in Brazil which is present throughout the world, agribusiness assumes the role of protagonist, international reference of quality and efficiency. And Bradesco is proud of being part of this history.

DEAG - Customs Documentation and Procedures

DEAG is one of DATAGRO’s business units, which provides services to exporters and importers in their business operations analysis, customs clearance and other customs procedures of agricultural products.

DEAG has a strong presence among governmental agencies, which allows a fast customs clearance, providing reduced deadlines and operating costs, in addition to full advice on the issuance of appropriate documents to customs rules of each country.

Backed by over 20 years of experience in customs sector, DEAG has experience in managing shipments of sugar, ethanol (import and export), coffee, soybeans, orange juice, cotton, and other agricultural products.