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Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

Promoting Business Between Brazil and Arab Countries

Posted on YouTube: October 24, 2017

I don’t speak Portuguese, but I can read enough Spanish to know that this is about the Ministry of Agriculture promoting Business with the Arab world.

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

São Paulo Trains Soccer Players from Morocco

São Paulo to train Moroccan players
Brazil-Arab News Agency
Aurea Santos*
31/10/2013 – 09:50hs

A five-year agreement signed between São Paulo Football Club and OCP S.A. from Morocco will organized the travel of youths aged 14 to 17 to practice with the Brazilian team’s youth players.

If you are going to train soccer players, Brazil would be the place to learn.

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Lebanon To Host Latin-American Cinema Festival

The Arabs know how many Arabs are in Latin America

26/10/2013 – 07:00hs
Lebanon to host Ibero-Americano Cinema Festival

Films from Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay, Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, El Salvador, Portugal and Spain will be shown in Beirut, from October 31st to November 8th.
From the Newsroom*

São Paulo – The 4th Ibero-American Cinema Festival will be held in Beirut from October 31st to December 8th. The public may view movies from Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay, Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, El Salvador, Portugal and Spain, to be exhibited at Metropolis Empire Sofil.

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There are about 12-14 Million Maronite Christian Lebanese in Latin America alone. About 10x the number of Maronite Christians in Lebanon. Almost every Lebanese Christian in Lebanon has a relative in Latin America. They keep up connections.

Saturday, April 27th, 2013

Dubai opens up a Tourism office in São Paulo

24/04/2013 – 20:20hs

Dubai opens tourism office in São Paulo

The emirate’s department in the sector will set up an office in the city of São Paulo. The objective is to double the number of Brazilians travelling to the region.

This quote comes from the Brazil-Arab News Agency.

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