Investment plummets in Brazilian ports

Investment in publicly-owned Brazilian ports reached a 14-year low in 2017, when just $52.66m was spent, notes the Confederação Nacional da Indústria, or the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry (CNI). The amount represents just 26% of investment amounts authorised by the various dock companies.

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