The British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, and the Brazilian Minister of Finance, Guido Mantega, launched on Tuesday, in São Paulo, an “economic and financial dialogue” between their two countries. The dialogue will be a permanent agenda of discussions between the two countries with the aim of strengthening trade opportunities between the Brazil and the UK.
Discussions about the international scenario
Osborne said that during his talks with Mantega they analysed the current scenario and also the performance of the British and Brazilian economies in this context. The Chancellor also met with the president of the Brazilian Central Bank, Alexandre Tombini, and during their meeting they discussed the economic perspective of their respective economies and also the macroeconomic scenarios in Brazil and the United Kingdom.