In Brazil, the competition authority Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica (CADE) - the Administrative Council for Economic Defense - has given its unrestricted approval to the purchase by China Merchants Port Holdings (CMPH) of port operator TCP Participações. The announcement was made in the Official State News Publication.
China Merchants Port Holdings (CMPort) is set to acquire a 90% stake in Terminal de Contêineres de Paranaguá (TCP) from the Brazilian terminal’s founding shareholders and global private equity company Advent International.
Advent International is said to be considering a sale of its stake in the Brazilian container port, Terminal de Conteineres de Paranagua SA, according to local sources.
Terminal de Contêineres de Paranaguá (TCP) has signed a contract extension with the Secretaria de Portos (SEP), the Brazilian government body, which includes an investment plan of R$1.1 billion (US$310 million).
Terminal de Contêineres de Paranaguá (TCP) is helping to set new standards for container ports in South America by putting paid to the reputation that all Brazilian ports are expensive and slow.
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