TOKYO (Reuters) – Brazilian President Michel Temer told a top Japanese business lobby in Tokyo on Wednesday he would like to open up Brazil’s markets and promote international investment there.
Temer, making the first visit to Japan by a Brazilian head of state in 11 years, aims to repair ties frayed by his predecessor Dilma Rousseff, who twice canceled official visits to Japan.
Temer also hopes to attract Japanese investment in Brazilian infrastructure and to open Japan’s markets to Brazilian commodities such as fresh beef and fruit.
The Brazilian leader said his country was aiming to repair its national balance sheet and to cap state expenditure, while it was important for the Brazil’s central bank to stabilize prices and control inflation.
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