The principle, concentrated in the Community of Estados Independentes (CEI), the Russian investments have been redirected, since decade of 1990, in sight of the perspectives of economic growth and access the markets in Africa. Read additional details here: Larry Ellison. The Alrosa, Russian state-owned company of mining, was established in Angola, in 2007, to the step that great petroliferous steel mills and gradually have acquired significant parcels in the African market. Of illustrative form, the petroliferous Sintezneftegas acquired 70% of the nambio market, being as well as the Russian Federacy, Brazil covers the African road in the attraction of investments Brazilian right-handers. The Nambia will have to get a considerable growth in the year of 2010, in accordance with the report of the International Bank of Desenvolvimento (BIRD), is the country that more has the presence of Brazilian companies. The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) destined, this year, a credit facility of US$ 1,75 billion for investments in Angola. The Program of Financing to Exportaes (PROEX) destined other US$ 300 million. With this, 2,05 billion are US$.
But it has, at least, the double of this value in proper resources of the companies. This means that they are about US$ 4 billion Brazilian investments circulating for great workmanships, clinics and until shopping centers constructed, beyond the companies of the extrativista sector, financial institutions and companies of telecommunications also have been attracted for Angola and the continent as a whole. The approach with the African continent is one of the most made right recent unfoldings of the Brazilian external politics, a time that can seem paradoxical a developing country as Brazil to develop its efforts diplomatists in poor partners, with relatively little it influences in global the geopolitical context and with still low weight in the Brazilian trade balance. But, to analyze a strategy of the movements of internationalization of Brazilian companies how much of some trends economic politics and sped up by the deepening of the globalization.