Brazil-China State relations are "quite stable". They should remain so after elections in Brazil and the Chinese Communist Party Congress, according to Brazil-China Business Council (CEBC) research director Tulio Cariello.
"The state relationship between Brazil and China is quite stable, (…) the bilateral relationship is very institutionalized. Perhaps the fact that China has a solid state and few changes makes this easier", Cariello told Exame magazine in an interview.
"We have a series of joint plans and a Sino-Brazilian High-Level Coordination and Cooperation Commission (Cosban) that brings together the two countries. I believe that this commission has . . .
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