The Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) has announced that a group of Libyan businessmen have arrived in Brazil to learn about different production companies and cooperatives in the Latin American country.

According to the chamber, the delegation is particularly interested in the sugar, green coffee, beef, frozen poultry, and seafood markets.

The group started their tour by visiting the (APAS) exhibition for the supermarket sector, where officials from the international consulting team, Leonardo Machado and Thomas Fisac, accompanied them throughout the fair's pavilions.

The exhibition featured trademarks of various products, including top exporters of beef, frozen poultry, brown sugar, and green coffee, besides three wings showcasing products of the ABCC Group.

As stated by the ABCC, the Libyan group based in Tripoli has about 40 subsidiaries operating in various sectors, such as the food industry, construction, and service, which functions throughout the Arab countries.

According to the chamber, the Libyan branch currently has at least one supplier for frozen french fries, which it seeks to expand in Brazil.

The ABCC quoted the Libyan delegation as saying that the visit opens new trading opportunities between Brazil and the Arab world, hoping that Brazilian companies would return to operate from Libya.