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Brazil Jumpstarting Its Shipbuilding Industry

Brazil’s Transpetro – a Petrobras subsidiary – is receiving tender offers for the construction of 22 vessels worth US$ 445 million (R$1.2 billion) to be delivered before the end of 2006.

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