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3rd Annual Port Finance International Brazil
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - November 12th to 13th
Conference / congress

In an increasingly competitive environment, the world's ports and operators are under pressure and scrutiny to realize their full potential and ensure they are being managed and run as efficiently as possible. Recent legislative reforms in Brazil's ports sector have opened the doors (some might say the floodgates) to increased private investment in the sector.
This highly focused event, coming just 5 months after these reforms were first initiated, will investigate the road ahead for the region's developing ports sector - as well as placing a strong focus on the impact of the port reforms and the wider infrastructure implications. PFI Brazil 2013 will place a spotlight on the key drivers and inhibitors to expansion and development across the country's ports.

November 12th to 13th

Bolsa do Rio Convention Centre

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