Daily News February 8, 2016

EXCLUSIVE Latin Infrastructure Guide: The largest projects in the region Latin Trade’s infrastructure Guide offers a look at the region’s largest open infrastructure bids. On the agenda are railways, aviation, ports, energy and water projects. Brazil has the largest number of open projects, including the $2.49-billion railway connecting the industrial Porto Central with Vitoria, Rio de Janeiro. But Mexico has the project with the highest value in the region. Latin Trade reports. Turkey’s Yildirim Holding to build port in Ecuador The project will be Turkey’s largest investment in the Andean nation Turkish firm Yildirim Holding has signed a $750-million deal to build a port in Ecuador. The agreement was signed during Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s visit to the Andean […]

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