`Summit' will examine opportunities in Brazilian infrastructure projects

August 1993
Business America;8/23/93, Vol. 114 Issue 17, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the conference on infrastructure development in Brazil held in Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 21-22, 1993. Sponsoring agencies; Components of infrastructure system; Statistics on United States investments; Summit agenda; Purpose of conference; Contact information.


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