As the days go by it is becoming more real that President-elect Donald Trump will be inaugurate dinto office come January. While Trump has caused major controversy with many of his plans for his presidency, some leaders are interested in working with him to improve business relations.

According to FOX News LatinoBrazil's President Michel Temer called U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday, agreeing to work together to improve business relations between the two largest economies in the Americas.

Temer's office revealed that the country is excited to explore business opportunities that may open up if Trump folows through on campaign promises to rewrite a trade deal with Mexico.

While the jury is still out on Trump following through with promises he has made, Temer remains hopeful. In a statement released by his office, Temer and Trump have come to an agreement.

"Temer and Trump agreed to launch, immediately after the swearing in of the new American president, an agenda for Brazil-U.S. growth," the statement said. "Temer emphasized Brazil's interest in receiving more American investment."

The site reports that Trump's calls during the campaign to protect U.S. companies by limiting trade worried some Brazilian investors, but the Temer administration, under pressure to rescue an economy stuck in a two-year recession, sees a silver lining for local businesses.

It is also said that Brazilian industries, benefiting from a weaker real currency could increase their market share in the United States if Trump makes good on his threats to rework or withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement with neighboring Mexico and Canada.

Robson Andrade, head of Brazil's most powerful industrial lobby, the CNI, said Trump could benefit Brazilian businesses if he drops or re-works U.S. trade partnerships currently being negotiated across the Pacific and with the European Union.

"That will make it easier for Brazil to forge new trade alliances," Andrade told Reuters. "I don't think Trump will cause the economic cataclysm people are talking about."

While the U.S. is currently split when it comes to having any hope of Trump coming through with promises that he has made, it is interesting to see the President-elect make deals for business deals with other countries.