Britcham News

Britcham members raise issues for discussion with the British Government
On March 15, the British Chamber of Commerce invited member companies to a preparatory meeting to discuss the issues that might be raised with British Government representatives visiting Brazil in 2017
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Brazilian Supreme Court rules that ICMS does not integrate the Tax base for PIS and COFINS contributions – Montgomery & Associados 
The Brazilian Federal Supreme Court (“STF”) has recognized, by a majority of votes and with general repercussion, that the State Value-Added Tax on the Circulation of Goods Services (“ICMS”) does not from companies’ income or gross revenues…
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Britain Brasil Magazine 2016/2017
In this edition, Jorge Carneiro, President of the British Chamber, comments on the organization’s outlook at the beginning of a new century following Britcham Brazil’s recent celebration of its 100th anniversary in Brazil. In the magazine, the British Chamber welcomes the new members who joined in 2016 and readers will also find the main news from Britcham and its members.
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BT and Symantec to enhance protection of network traffic and simplify security management

BT, one of the world’s leading providers of communications services and solutions, and Symantec, the world’s leading cyber security company, today announced the integration of Symantec’s latest technology into BT’s portfolio of managed security services…
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Britcham welcomes our recent new member

Individual member
- Aloísio Moisés Andrade


Coming Event

São Paulo

16/05/2017 The New Decision of the CETESB 38/17 Management and changes in contaminated area management. 

Highlights

22/03/2017 - São Paulo
On his recent visit to Brazil, Rt Hon Greg Hands MP, UK Minister of Trade and Investment, met with representatives from major British companies trading in Brazil on Wednesday (22), during a lunch organized by the British Chamber of Commerce (Britcham) at the Hotel Intercontinental in São Paulo.
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28/03/2017 – Rio de Janeiro
Last Tuesday, (28), the British Chamber met with other European Chambers based in Rio de Janeiro (Germany, Belgium-Luxemburg, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Norway and Portugal) during a Cocktail party at the Hotel Caesar Park, in Ipanema, to discuss how to build stronger ties among member companies as a means of increasing opportunities for them to exchange information and create opportunities for the Europe-Brazil business community.
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30/03/2017 – Rio de Janeiro
Lunch and presentation by the Energy, Naval Industry & Offshore Committee
with Luiz Costamilan, Director at IBP. Theme: Paths toward new gas market regulations
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31/03/2017 – Rio de Janeiro
Britcham Seminar – One year of the CCP: challenges and perspectives.
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