By Sarah de Sainte Croix, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Last month saw the completion of the 3,400 mile Transoceanic Highway, linking the Amazonian state of Acre in Brazil with the ports of Ilo, Matarani and San Juan de Marcona on Peru’s Pacific coast. The new road, which was financed primarily by the BNDES and the Andean Development Corporation, was built to provide a gateway for Brazilian agricultural products (primarily beef and soybeans) to Asia, and for . . .