By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The National Association of Shipbuilding and Offshore Construction and Repair Industry (SINAVAL) has projected that the Brazilian shipbuilding industry will generate approximately 30,000 new jobs in the next two years through four new shipyards being developed across the country.
The yards of Jurong Aracruz in Espírito Santo; Enseada do Paraguaçu in Bahia; EBR (Estaleiros do Brasil Ltda.) in Rio Grande do Sul; and CMO in Pernambuco are expected to significantly add to the 78,000 currently employed in Brazil's marine industry.
"[There will be] firm and . . .