Italy Goes to Brazil to Build Ports and Railroads

Brazil’s Minister of Planning, Budget, and Management, Guido Mantega, signed an agreement, October 28, with the Italian Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation, Pietro Lunardi, in Rome, to attract investments in the area of infrastructure.

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