After $1.5B Invested, Holdup in Brazil Ports

By Andrew Willis, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A successful dredging program to widen and deepen channels in Brazilian ports has been held up due to the Navy’s failure to certify the changes, according to a report by O Globo. The country’s ports and other outgrown infrastructure are seen as major hurdles to stronger growth for Brazil, the world's sixth largest economy.

Brazil’s National Dredging Program (PND), carried out by the Special Secretariat of Ports . . .

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