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The State Government is Opening the Doors of the Brazilian Market to Emp loyers of Castilla-La Mancha He says that

"we are betting on the implementation of our business in emer ging markets" Spain, March 03, 2013 -- The Minister of Employment and Economy of Casti lla-La Mancha, Carmen Home, praised the success of the day by the IPEX i nternationalization to "open the Brazilian market companies in CastillaLa Mancha" . More than sixty companies from our region have come to this conference whi ch have been attended, among others, the Commercial Counselor of the Embas sy of Brazil in Spain and the Director of the Chamber of Commerce Spain, B razil, and strategy specialists , implementation, legal issues and the app lication of relevant visas and permits to operate in the Brazilian market. During the event, companies in the wine, precast concrete machinery and ren ewable energy, could also show their personal experiences in commercial act ivities that have taken place in recent months to show the true potential o f one of the most largest in the world. Home recalled that "Brazil is one of the most promising emerging economies." Their ability to consume and keep soaring projection, anticipating 2030 its position as the world's sixth largest economy, according to recent reports from several international consultants. In this regard, the Minister of Employment and Economy of Castilla-La Manch a has said that "it is essential for companies looking to maintain a stable growth rate to guide their looks to emerging markets like Brazil." Home also reported that exports of Castilla-La Mancha to Brazil "still have a long journey but in the last year have increased by over 33 percent." Therefore, outreach and awareness days organized by IPEX, of the Directo rate General of Economic Strategy and European Affairs, the Ministry of Employment and the Economy, "the companies aim to provide information th at encourages and clarify decision making" . Home recalled that the objective of such promotion to Brazil is to achieve th at "companies in the region to sell their products and services, so that ther e are already seven actions organized for this year."

Finally, he recalled that companies Castilian-La Mancha, whether exported or as if wishing to set up, have a regional promoter in Sao Paulo, which gives personalized services on site. Throughout 2012, the regional promoter attended 55 companies who traveled to Brazil, prepared 13 individual business agendas and resolved 172 consul tations on issues relating to the country and foreign trade. Press Contact: Consejeria de Empleo y Economia Media Relations Consejeria de Empleo y Economia Address: Avda Ireland No 14 512-212-1139 castillalamancha@vos-us.com http://www.castillalamancha.es/gobierno/empleoyeconomia