Special Industry Report on Port Projects and Related Investments in Latin America and the Caribbean
With the news and recent events related to Brexit, upcoming elections in the United States, and the Panama Canal expansion, the wheels of change are in motion. World trade patterns, the global supply chain, the maritime routes and also the port business are all affected. In parallel, there is a portfolio of port projects in Latin America worth several billion dollars in investment that includes both greenfield and brownfield as well as projects under construction or in the blueprint.
Industry Exchange is preparing a report on these projects including the investment expected at each one, the kind of port, the respective development stage, the connectivity to logistics and manufacturing hubs and other key information. The report will include an analysis on current trade and traffic data for Latin America and the Caribbean and the view from experts about how developments like Brexit, the US election and the expanded Panama Canal could affect the port business and irelated nvestments in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Publication date: August 30th
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The author: Raúl Ferro, former Editorial Director at Dow Jones’ AmericaEconomía, Business Intelligence Director at Business News Americas (BNamericas). For more than 25 years, Raul has developed industry research on several industries in Latin America, including infrastructure, mining and energy, both public and customized.