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The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES), also known as the National Bank for Economic and Social Development, is the main financing agent for development in Brazil. It is a federal public company associated with the Ministry of Development, Industry, and Trade and it is one of the largest development banks in the world (after the Chinese Development Bank). Since its foundation, in 1952, the BNDES has played a fundamental role in stimulating the expansion of industry and infrastructure in the country. Its operations have evolved in accordance with the Brazilian socio-economic challenges and now they include support for exports, technological innovation, sustainable socio-environmental development and the modernization of public administration. BNDES also has offices in London, Johannesburg and Montevideo.
Av. Republica do Chile, 100 – 14*. Andar - sala 1423
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Annual Report 2014
Management Report 2014 - BNDES System
BNDES is a state owned bank.