An international research team looks at the strategies of Chinese global investment from 2010 to the present, their financial tools, sector orientation, geographical distribution and major firms involved, and discusses the implications of this investment dirve to Brazil.
Research on China and its development strategy is still limited in Brazil as is the academic exchange between the two countrires. Government institutions and ministries as well as private firms lack the information resources appropriate to their operations and interests. The Institute for Brazil–China Studies (IBRACH) aims to bridge this gap and contribute to a reflection and debate regarding Brazil and China in the global economy. Amonsgt the main activities held by IBRACH are the IBRACH-TSINGHUA executive training program, the Brazil-China Innovation Dialogue program and the research on relevant issues to understanding China.