Brazil’s Petrobras Wants to Invest More in Colombia

At a meeting in Bogota on Tuesday, April 19, with the President of Colombia, Àlvaro Uribe Velez, the president of Petrobras (Brazilian Petroleum S.A.), José Eduardo Dutra, reaffirmed the interest on the part of the Brazilian state enterprise in increasing its investments in that country.

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