AS/COA presents the panel Brazil in 2013: Economic and Political Prospects. Panelists discuss key issues for Brazil’s economy and politics next year, including industrial and trade policy, innovation, and recently passed legislation.
- Marco Maia, President, Brazilian Chamber of Deputies
- Marcelo Lyra, Vice President, Braskem
- Antônio Carlos Magalhães Neto, Mayor-elect, Salvador, Bahia
- Susan Segal, President & CEO, Americas Society/Council of the Americas
- Alessandro Teixeira, Executive-Secretary, Brazilian Ministry of Development, Industry, and Trade (MDIC)
- Marcos Troyjo, Director of the BRICLab, Columbia University
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Vice President, Institutional Affairs and Sustainable Development, Braskem
Marcelo Lyra is vice president for institutional affairs and sustainable development of Braskem. Previously, he has worked as the director of TV Globo in São Paulo, responsible for relations with affiliated stations. He worked as the business and sales director for Bahia Network Communications. He received a bachelor's degree in engineering from the Federal University of Bahia and postgraduate diplomas in general management from Harvard Business School and marketing from Unifacs, Bahia.
Antônio Carlos Magalhães Neto
Mayor-elect, Salvador, Bahia
Antônio Carlos Peixoto de Magalhães Neto is mayor-elect of Salvador, Bahia. He was elected in October 2012 and will begin his term in January 2013. Magalhães Neto was elected leader of the Democratic Party in the Chamber of Deputies in February 2011. He has served the electorate of Bahia since 2003 and is in his third term in the lower house of the Brazilian Congress. He worked as leader of the Democrats Party (DEM) in 2008 and as second vice president for two years.
President, Brazilian Chamber of Deputies
Marco Maia is the current president of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies – and thus the third in Brazil’s presidential line of succession. He previously served as the vice leader of the Workers’ Party at the Chamber of Deputies and as the vice president of the Chamber. Mr. Maia was also the vice president of the Commission on Labor, Administration and Public Service and a member of the Commission on Transportation.
President and CEO, Americas Society/Council of the Americas
Susan Segal was elected president and CEO of Americas Society/Council of the Americas in 2003 after having worked in the private sector with Latin America and other emerging markets for over 30 years. Prior to her appointment, Segal was a partner at Chase Capital Partners/JPMorgan Partners focusing on private equity in Latin America and pioneering early stage venture capital investing in the region.
Executive-Secretary, Brazilian Ministry of Development, Industry, and Foreign Trade
Alessandro Golombiewski Teixeira holds a PhD in Technological and Industrial Competitiveness from the University of Sussex (England), a master’s degree in Latin American Economics from the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and an undergraduate degree in Economics from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil).He took part in the creation and later presided the Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development – ABDI –, was Coordinator of Industrial, Technological and Foreign Trade Policy of the Brazilian Federal Government, and Executive Secretary of the Brazilian Counc