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Brazil’s Odebrecht Gets a Foot in Arab Door

Construction company Norberto Odebrecht, from Brazil, started the construction of a new maritime terminal in the port of Djibouti, in the capital of Djibouti, in the second quarter of this year.

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  • Heloisa Rosa

    Misconstruction
    Far from being megalomaniac, the project of tapping the waters of the Sao Francisco River before it flows to the sea, and diverting those important hydric resources to alleviate the chronic dryness of the Northestearn region of Brazil has been under consideration since the beginning of the XX Century and now goes to practice. This misinformed piece of criticism tries to build up opposition to a feasible and socially useful project upon a bunch of half-truths and emotional fantasies – indigenous tribes, global warming, etc. . I would suggest the writer of such an unfortunate article to go deeper into his research.

  • Luisa Silva

    Please let me know if you need a Portuguese secretary.

    Luisa

  • Alexander

    Any Poat in Travel & Tourism
    Please let me know if there is any post suitable for me

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    Haren Mangukia
    I, Haren Mangukia, am an Architect & Interior Designer working in India
    wish to work in Brazil with larger company like yours.
    I’m designing my all the project on acad all my records and management doing on computer
    if any post available please let me know.

    sincerely

    Haren Mangukia

    hvallabhad1@sancharnet.in

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