Digital Trade Review of Brazil

This Digital Trade Review of Brazil provides an overview of Brazil’s participation in digital trade and the related regulatory environment. It provides insights into how Brazil might ensure that the new challenges raised by the digital transformation for trade can be managed and the benefits shared more inclusively. While Brazil has embraced the digital transformation and has strong potential to benefit from digital trade, it will need to continue the ongoing process of regulatory reform. This includes reducing tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade on ICT goods; reducing regulatory barriers to ICT services; increasing engagement in international discussions on digital trade; and continuing efforts to bridge digital divides.

Published on September 14, 2022


Executive summary
Trade, digitalisation and Brazil
Mapping Brazil’s participation in digital trade
The economic impact of joining the Information Technology Agreement
Identifying the policy environment affecting digital trade
Enabling Brazilian firms to export in the digital era
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