NBCCI 2014 General Meeting

NBCCI 2014 General Meeting

The Nigerian-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NBCC) on 26 March, 2014, at 6, Louis Solomon Close, Victoria Island, held… Read more...
Nigerian-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NBCCI) Holds Anniversary

Nigerian-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NBCCI) Holds Anniversary

The Nigerian-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NBCCI) held its 3rd Anniversary cocktail in Lagos on October 2, 2012. The Nigerian-Brazilian… Read more...
Nigeria and Brazil work together to double their bilateral trade volume by 2015.

Nigeria and Brazil work together to double their bilateral trade volume by 2015.

Minister of Trade and Investment, Mr. Olusegun Aganga, has said Nigeria and Brazil would work together to double their bilateral… Read more...
Agric Research: Govt Targets Brazilian Model

Agric Research: Govt Targets Brazilian Model

The Federal Government will transform the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN) to the Brazilian model – Embrapa,  The Federal… Read more...
Ibru Group Signs Joint Venture Agreement with Prado Macedo Group of Brazil

Ibru Group Signs Joint Venture Agreement with Prado Macedo Group of Brazil

Ibru Group, a well known name in business chain in Nigeria, recently signed a Joint Venture agreement with Prado Macedo… Read more...
NBCCI EXPLORES BRAZIL

NBCCI EXPLORES BRAZIL

A six-man delegation of the Nigerian-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce & Industry - the President, Mr. Emmanuel N. O. Ibru, Ambassador… Read more...
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Welcome to NBCCI

 Trade  relationship between Nigeria and Brazil dates back to 18th century.  Nigeria and Brazil enjoy warm cultural  and trade relationship.  Many Afro-Brazilians trace their roots to Nigeria.

 Brazil is the largest country in Latin America and Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa. Both countries are  key players in the economies of their regions. Brazil is a leading political and economic power in Latin America.  Nigeria is equally the leading political and economic power in West Africa.

 Nigeria is the second largest trade partner of Brazil in Sub-Saharan Africa and 11th in the world.  Brazil is the third  largest importer of Nigerian crude oil after USA and India.  Nigeria balance of trade with Brazil is very favourable.

 BRAZIL’S  KEY  INDUSTRIES:  Key industries are textiles, shoes, chemicals, cement, agriculture, motor vehicles  and parts, other machineries and equipment.  Major export products  include aircraft, coffee, vehicles, soybean,  sugar, rice, orange juice, iron ore, steel, textiles, footwear,  electrical equipment, etc.

 Brazil’s current account surpluses had continued to hit record levels, indicating that exports were growing strongly.   Its income per head is now twelve times that of India and China.  Nigeria has a great deal to learn and tap from Brazilian experience.  So come on board, let’s take advantage.