In recent decades, planemaker Embraer has been synonymous with the best engineering Brazil could produce. Set up by the military on August 19, 1969, Embraer has been supported by every administration ever since—becoming a source of national pride as well as one of the largest commercial plane makers in the world, with clients in over 100 countries. Now, a merger with American giant Boeing has cast doubts about the company’s future and the way it will deal with its Brazilian roots.
Natália Scalzaretto has worked for companies such as Santander Brasil and Reuters, where she covered news ranging from commodities to technology. Most recently, worked as an Editor for Trading News, the information division from TradersClub investor community.