National Exports Plan promotes economic growth, value creation, diversification and the technological intensity of Brazilian exports.
National Exports Plan promotes economic growth, value creation, ...
The purpose of the National Exports Plan is to promote economic growth, value creation, diversification and promotion of technological intensity of Brazilian exports. Such plan adds to government initiatives focused on increasing investments in infrastructure and the number of concession agreements, improving tax regulations, as well as streamlining and simplifying operations.
The purpose of the Plan is to boost exports from small and medium sized companies and therefore diversify Brazil's foreign trade portfolio. Simultaneously providing a solid support to all economic segments that seek to operate globally by exporting manufactured goods, basic products and services.
The purpose of the National Exports Plan is to introduce incentives that will make Brazilian exports more competitive by relying on a range of instruments, such as tax reliefs, facilitation of logistical processes by modernizing customs procedures and offering subsidies to companies that want to export.
The Plan consists of five strategic pillars:
• Promoting goods and services: Support and promote sales of Brazilian goods and services abroad to expand, consolidate, maintain or recover traditional and emerging markets of Brazilian products and goods;
• Providing Access to New Markets: Increase Brazil's access to markets of our main business partners worldwide through initiatives such as trade negotiations, investment agreements, support to the internationalization of companies, removal of trade barriers to Brazilian exports, among others actions;
• Facilitating trade: The Brazilian government will work to consolidate, simplify, streamline and improve legislation, as well as foreign trade administrative and customs proceedings, with positive impacts on Brazil's exports, implementing a single foreign trade portal, also ratify WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement, as well as promoting transparency of procedures and access to foreign trade standards and rules ;
• Applying Tax Benefits: The Government will seek to simplify, streamline and improve the tax system by reducing the tax burden and the accumulation of tax credits to boost domestic production and Brazilian exports, particularly of higher added value goods.
• Financing and guaranteeing exports: Financing exports with competitive costs towards international markets, as well as improvements productive processes and extension of coverage offered by the export guarantee system.