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Brazilian Peruvian Chamber of Commerce - CAPEBRAS

Camara Binational de Comercio e Integracion Peru Brasil

Address
Calle El Rosario 359 A
District
  • Miraflores
City (Peru)
Lima
Phone Number
(+511) 447-3797

CAPEBRAS, the Brazilian Peruvian Chamber of Commerce (Camara Binational de Comercio e Integracion Peru Brasil) was founded to be a partner in promoting and attending all trade and investment related matters arising from the bilateral relations of Brazil and Peru.

Main objectives include:

  • strenghten and increase the economic and commercial relations between Brazil and Peru
  • support and maintain a permanent relationship with the Peruvian Embassy in Brazil
  • advice and assist companies promoting commercial operations and business opportunities
  • organize events, seminars, conferences and others to strenghtens the economic integration of both countries

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