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British Ministry of Economy and Government debate modernization of regulation in Brazil

Tariff Notice

Lectures by foreign and Brazilian experts take place this Tuesday (27/08)

“Modernization of Regulation in Brazil: International and National Perspective” is the theme of the event to be held by the Ministry of Economy and the British Government, under the Trade Facilitation Program, Prosperity Fund Project , on Tuesday (27/8 ) from 9am to 12:30 pm at the Serzedello Corrêa Institute. The event is supported by the Federal Court of Accounts (TCU) and Dom Cabral Foundation.

The objective is to promote discussions between foreign and Brazilian experts on best practices in the area of ​​regulation and the evolution of the regulatory system in the country. The target audience of the event are representatives and technicians of Brazilian agencies and regulatory agencies, previously registered.

The first lecture (Ethical Business Regulation and Pratice), scheduled for 9:10 am, will be given by Professor Christopher Hodges of the University of Oxford. At 10 am British Government Deputy Director of the Product Safety and Quality Department Geoffrey Brown and Scottish Water Industry Commission CEO Alan Sutherland will talk about Ethical Business Regulation: Implementation, Practice and Results Achieved.

Then, from 10:40 am to 11:20 am, the theme will be Regulation in Brazil: Current Scenario and Future Perspectives, a table composed of the Executive Secretaries of the Ministries of Economy, Marcelo Pacheco dos Guaranys, and of Infrastructure, Marcelo Sampaio, and the General Coordinator of TCU External Infrastructure Control, Nicola Khoury, moderated by Professor Alexandre Aroeira Salles, professor at Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC).

After the break at 11:40 am, OECD Latin American Regulatory Policy Program coordinator Manuel Gerardo Flores Romero will talk about Regulatory System Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges. The event will close at 12:20 pm by British Ambassador Vijay Rangarajan.