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Foreign Trade

Supporting competitive Brazilian companies in the international market is a primary objective of the Brazilian government. Since 1990, the BNDES has been part of the successful efforts towards maintaining a market-based, competitive environment for Brazilian exporters. BNDES-exim provides Brazilian producers of goods and services with an important source of financing for trading with the rest of the world. Among BNDES-exim’s efforts, the increasing support of Brazilian companies trading in South America has been emphasized, in response to their strategy to strengthen commercial and financial ties across the continent.

The goal to support the development of a more dynamic export sector, integrated with the global market, also meets the objective of strengthening the domestic market, which operates as a powerful instrument for Brazilian companies to increase productivity and improve the quality of their goods and services.

BNDES-exim’s support to Brazilian export companies represents a significant contribution to achieving long-term sustainable development, by offering Brazilian businesses located abroad the financial instruments for fair (*) and successful undertakings.

(*) Brazil is an active member of the WTO and is part of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention.

BNDES-exim’s credit lines for foreign trade

In order to fulfill the demands of Brazilian exporters and companies investing abroad, the BNDES has created the following credit lines, offering competitive conditions for the internationalization of Brazilian companies.

Credit lines for exports of goods and services

The BNDES also provides support for Brazilian companies established abroad.

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05/19/2017
Approval of BNDES credit for machinery and equipment increases 38% in the first quadrimester
BNDES Finame, credit line for capital goods, registers increase of almost 200% in approvals for the Industry between January and April
05/09/2017
BNDES gathers experiences from world development banks to start elaborating its long-term strategy
Four months after deeply reformulating its operational policies, the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) begins the process of internal reflection that will lead to the development of a medium and long-term strategy, with guidelines until 2030. By the end of the year, a cycle of discussions involving the Bank’s technical staff will discuss what should be the role and performance of BNDES in an economy with low inflation and interest rates. The first step last Friday (05/05) was the accomplishment of the international seminar “The role of development banks in the present and in the future: experiences, opportunities and challenges,” organized in partnership with the World Bank, which gathered executives from eight international institutions and employees from BNDES, for a whole day. The event also marked the beginning of a series of activities to celebrate the 65 years of BNDES, which will be completed in June.