With the new Presidential administration being sworn in, the Renaissance of US diplomacy is set to begin. Sustainability and key agencies such as US EXIM are at the top of the priority list. What can we expect from the incoming Biden administration? How will strategies surrounding sustainability take form? How will US EXIM's and DFC's mandates evolve?
While it continues to battle the pandemic along with the international community, Brazil like others in the region is waiting to see the new policies the US administration will be implementing, ranging from its interaction with the multilateral institutions to issues like climate change. Domestically, Brazil continues its push for international investor friendly policies. Following its pension reforms and the implementation of more liberal economic policies, the government is actively seeking to ratify its tax and administrative reforms to simplify the regulatory environment for foreign investors.