The Latin American Film Festival (LAFF) is an initiative of the Latin American Embassies in Australia to showcase their culture and film industry. The Embassies of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela have partnered once again to bring the biggest festival of its kind to cities throughout the country. Full details about the Brazil event below.
BRAZIL NIGHT: 26/10/2022 in Brisbane - Griffith University - Secure your tickets here
Australia's Special Representative of Agriculture, Su McCluskey, has visited the president of the Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock of Brazil (CNA), João Martins, in Brasília. Talks centred on the responsibility of the two countries to help guarantee the world's food security and sustainability in the agricultural sector.
Read the full report here (Portuguese only).
"In 2021, Minerva Foods and SALIC invested US$35 million (A$48 million) to acquire two meat processing plants in regional Western Australia. The Great Eastern Abattoir is a sheep processing facility near Tammin, about two hours from Perth. The Shark Lake facility near Esperance processes sheep and beef. Both facilities are primed for expansion and licensed to export." Read the full article HERE / Source: Austrade
As the inaugural and so far very successful Brazil Week continues in Brisbane this week, it was great to see an in-depth interview with Brazil's Ambassador to Australia HE Mr Mauricio Carvalho in the Lowy Institute's The Interpreter publication, covering a range of topics from the recent growth in Brazilian nationals living in Australia to opportunities for collaboration in agriculture. Click HERE to read the article.
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