Editorial: The City of Tomorrow (Part 4)

Editorial, by Stone Korshak

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Picking up from last week, logistics and shipping is another area with a lot of room to develop in Brazil. Beyond servicing the offshore oil industry, overhauling the infrastructure for import and export has been a focus for Rio's state government in recent years.

In 2010, Brazil’s ports handled 833.9 million tons of goods: 489.6 million tons of which was exported goods, 126.8 million tons imported . . .

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