Rio de Janiero, Brazil – November 30, 2006 – Today 2008 Presidential Candidate Daniel Imperato spoke on Brazil/US relations before his departure to Buenos Aires.
“While visiting Brazil and meeting with the Brazilians during meetings with politically active people in the country, I encourage Americans to remember their brothers and sisters in Brazil and to recognize that Brazil is the largest country in South America,” said Imperato.
Imperato called out for stronger social and economic relations between the US and Brazil, which has been neglected by previous Presidents’ administrations, and vowed to include it in his priorities when he is elected President of the United States of America.
From a business perspective, Imperato believes that Brazil is ready for a major economic boom and has weathered tough economic times.
“I commend the Brazilian government and Brazilian people for their stamina in navigating through the past turmoil of their government, country, and currency over the past years which have proven to be much more stable with the real. Now I see there is a huge potential growth in the coming future.”
Imperato then suggested that increased manufacturing efforts between the US and Brazil would be one of his first initiatives to bolster bilateral relations.
“I believe the US should utilize its business brains to establish manufacturing facilities collaborated with unionized labor and working programs. The facilities should produce jointly made products between the US and Brazil, capitalizing on labor resources, showing respect, and assisting the poor people in Brazil by giving them a chance to have a future. The effort of a US-Brazil collaboration can compete with the rest of the world with joint-manufactured products and services along with natural resources.”
In the areas of natural resources, Imperato stated that America can learn from Brazil as they have been a global leader in ethanol and flex-fuel cars which has lowered their dependency on gasoline and oil.
“Brazil has shown leadership with ethanol and biofuels as viable and available alternatives. Brazil has led the way for these products to compete in the world’s marketplace in order to curb the oil dependency of the automobile industry in the US and the rest of the world.”
At this point, Imperato called out to the current US administration to start to implement some of his plans.
“It is my opinion that George W. Bush should initiate programs immediately to boost cooperation between the US and Brazil. I am willing to offer my expertise, knowledge, and personal business relations in Brazil to make this happen.”
“We must show the world that America is the hopeful example for the working class Brazilians. Good U.S. and Brazilian relation offer investment opportunity and collaborative manufacturing opportunities which will create new products at reasonable prices to the US, Canada, South America, and rest of the world. I look forward to helping Brazil and promise to Americans of Brazilian descent that I will do my best for their home country’s prosperity in the coming years.”
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About Daniel Imperato (www.daniel2008.com)
Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. He is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, was a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO, and the founder of Imperiali Organization (www.imperiali.org). Presently, he has organized a Presidential Committee in order to organize support for a run at the White House in 2008.
This release was published on openPR.