Carlo Barbieri

My name is Carlo Barbieri, an entrepreneur, civic activist and a leader of many organizations associated with Brazil. A native of Brazil myself, I am currently the CEO of Oxford Group, a firm composed of many international consulting and trading companies. I am also a founding member of the Brazilian Business Group and founding member and Past President of the Brazil Club. In addition, I serve as a Board member of the Deerfield Chamber of Commerce. I have served as a member of the Florida Chamber of Commerce and the Florida Brazil Partnership. Past President of the Rotary Club – Boca Raton West for the 2014-2015 term, I have also been Vice President and Professor of 2Grow – Human Development. An Ambassador of Barry University in Brazil, I am the former President of the Black Fire Bull Steak House. I have also presided over a number of organizations such as the Brazilian Association of Trading Companies (ABECE), Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce in São Paulo, Brazil-Australia Chamber of Commerce, Brazil-Dominican Republican Chamber of Commerce; director of the Trade Center of the State of São Paulo, Brazilian Association of Freight Forwarders and Brazilian Association of Banks. I was also a local Council member for the Consulate General of Brazil in Miami, for the 2013-2017 term.

By Carlo Barbieri On Friday, January 3rd, 2020

Trump puts Constitution back on Judiciary’s Must-Enforce List

By Carlo Barbieri One legacy of President Barack Obama that continues to vex government officials in their efforts to corral the three branches of federal government within their constitutionally mandated boundaries More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Tuesday, December 10th, 2019

If the US goes well, Florida goes even better.

Despite the perennial misinformation on the part of the press, the US is doing well, thank you, and the media threat of recession has failed to impose the reality of the numbers. The “disastrous” trade war with More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

2020 – Where does the economy go?

Problems and opportunities from the 2 largest economies in the world. The US is expected to close the year 2019 with growth of 2.3% and still maintain growth around 2% next year. China is still expected to maintain More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Monday, November 25th, 2019

US economic growth is coming to an end?

We are experiencing the longest period of US economic growth in its history, more than 10 years in a row. With all the domestic political turmoil and trade wars, especially China, the country is still set to grow More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

Brazil: Between a spurious Supreme Court and an incredible legal and economic recovery.

Brazil has had an incredible recovery this first year under the new presidency. Interest rates dropped to 5% per year, the lowest rate in all of its history. Petrobras, Latin America’s largest oil company, More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Monday, November 4th, 2019

The Brazilian Immigration

The Brazilian middle class, especially those formed by technicians, engineers, scientists, professionals such as lawyers, medical economists, dentists, teachers and others, form a new group that seeks to immigrate More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

Brazil: Economy is good, but Justice is bad

By Carlo Barbieri The current Brazilian government has managed to reform the pension and is beginning to rehearse 2 other important reforms: Public Administration and Tax. Inflation remains low, falling below target, More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019

Despite fear of cash crash, a recession in US may not happen

By Carlo Barbieri Since the 2016 election of President Donald J. Trump, the mainstream media have asserted that the United States is taking a headlong leap into a recession. Well, we’re still waiting for it to More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Monday, August 26th, 2019


In view of the theme internationalization, I am sure that this narrative will help a more technical understanding of the subject – Carlo Barbieri Environmentalist illusionism, fourth generation asymmetric More...

By Carlo Barbieri On Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Brazil, US, should deepen trade involvement, says Oxford CEO

I had the great pleasure of recently addressing the International Business Alliance of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce during a meeting hosted by Lynn University at its beautiful Wold Performing Arts More...