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I have 15 years background on international businesses, started my own company in 1994 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Presently my company has ongoing projects in North America, Europe and Australia. I may be assistant to people with questions related to international business projects, import-export, private equity ventures and start ups.

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I have 15 years background in international businesses, started my own company in 1994 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Presently my company has ongoing projects in North America, Europe and Australia, with more than $ 26 million sales.

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I am the CEO of UNIT BRAZIL (www.laurino-lopez.com.br)

Education/Credentials

Bacharelor in Economics by FEA-USP and MBA in Corporate Finance and Accounting by Fipecafi-USP.

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Recent Answers from John Laurino

2016-09-16 Import:

Dear Claude  there is a reason for the market to have wholesalers in various supply chains. wholesaler can play big volumes so they have more power to negotiate with the suppliers and more efficient logistic

2015-06-26 banking probelem for corporation:

Jerome  I suggest you to contact an attorney with background in international affairs as I don't believe your friend must be in person to open any account anywhere. He can assign power to any attorney

2014-10-09 export import:

Dear Anirban  I suggest you verify the export statistics from your country so you will be able to identify what traditionally is being exported to any country. Normally the governments have database systems

2014-06-19 About commodities trade:

Sara  Commodities are very hard to trade, it is a very specific market where you may not succeed without personal high level connections. Specially if you are talking about agro commodities such as soy

2014-01-10 Mandate:

Renee  You can have as much contracts you wish but in the end you will be always subject to adverse behaviors from either buyer or seller. You have to understand the role of a broker is always subject

 

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