An interesting seminar was organized jointly by the Brazilian-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (BNCC), the Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR/HiOA) and the Oslo Academy of Global Governance of the University of Oslo this week.
Professor Gary Herrigel, from the University of Chicago, used an interesting example of the role of multicultural corporations are playing in China for the change of the global product and to the production strategies. He used three steps to aboard this subject: The new distribution of global demand, the new multinational corporation, and its governance practices focused on learning and the case of uneven upgrading in China.
This informative event brought to the audience a real perspective of Brazil’s prospects for economic and political recovery in a context of crisis and recession. Moreover, positivity has been implicitly on the presentations, and all experts see that the bottom of the mountain is already past to Brazil and expect that key sectors, such as the oil and gas will contribute to its recovery.