Brazil–Denmark relations are foreign relations between Brazil and Denmark. Brazil has an embassy in Denmark, and Denmark has an embassy in Brazil. Diplomatic relations were established in 1828, after a treaty of commerce and navigation were signed. In 1922, a Danish cultural office were opened in Rio de Janeiro. In 1929, the hundredth anniversary of diplomatic relations were held with festivities in Brazil. On 30 July 1936, a commercial agreement were signed.
In 2008, Brazil's total exports to Denmark amounted to 2,1 billion DKK (roughly 1,4 billion R$), while Danish exports to Brazil turned out to be $1,7 billion.
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- Denmark embassy in Brazil Archived August 6, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
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- Press Releases (in Portuguese)
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