Brazilian Elections: Second-Round Results and U.S.-Brazil Relations Under a New Administration
Join the Wilson Center's Brazil Institute and the Brazil-U.S. Business Council in a roundtable discussion about the second-round results of the Brazilian elections.
Join the Wilson Center's Brazil Institute and the Brazil-U.S. Business Council in a roundtable discussion about the second-round results of the Brazilian elections. The roundtable will bring together D.C. stakeholders, opinion makers from universities and think tanks, government representatives, and the business community from both Brazil and the United States to discuss Brazil's economic and political outlook under a new administration, priorities of the bilateral agenda, and productive ways of deepening the dialogue between the incoming government and the U.S. administration.
Landon Loomis, Special Adviser for the Office of the Vice President of the White House
Ambassador Sergio Amaral, Brazilian Ambassador to the U.S.
Joaquim Levy, Managing Director and World Bank Group Chief Financial Officer
Julia Esmanhoto, Managing Director at Patri Inc.
Image from Agência Brasil.
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