The first meeting of the National Investment Committee (Coninv) of the Foreign Trade Chamber (CAMEX) was held Wednesday (March 22), at the Ministry of External Relations. Created in 2016, Coninv aims to formulate proposals and recommendations aimed at the promotion and facilitation of Foreign Direct Investment in the country and Brazilian Direct Foreign Investments, as well as coordinate the actions carried out by various government agencies and agencies in the field of investments . The committee is co-chaired by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services and has the participation of all other ministries and member bodies of CAMEX, as well as the Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments and the Brazilian Agency of Industrial Development.
During the meeting, the importance of the new forum to strengthen government coordination in the area of direct investments, including from the perspective of other federative entities and the private sector, was highlighted. This coordination should make it possible to increase the impact of the many actions that are already being taken in the country, in order to ensure that Brazil remains among the largest recipients of direct investments in the world and that these investments can contribute increasingly to the competitiveness of the country. The Brazilian economy, together with ongoing reforms and the improvement of the business environment.