Grace Fan

Director, Brazil/Latin America Research

How can we help?

To learn more about our services get in touch on +44 20 7246 7800 or sales@trustedsources.co.uk.

Recent Brazil research

* Brazil: Cold winds blow on Temer, Elizabeth Johnson, Grace Fan, 22 Jun 2017
* Brazil: Waiting for Janot, Grace Fan, Elizabeth Johnson, 15 Jun 2017
* Brazil: Electoral court hints at 4-3 vote in favour of Temer, Grace Fan, Elizabeth Johnson, 8 Jun 2017
* Brazil: Electoral ‘trial of the century’ on track for quick ruling, Grace Fan, Elizabeth Johnson, 7 Jun 2017
* Brazil teeters on a political cliff edge, Larry Brainard, 2 Jun 2017

See all our Brazil research >>

Navigating the choppy seas of the new Ports Law

Overview

Brazil’s new Ports Law – signed into legislation by President Dilma Rousseff on 5 June after a bitter congressional fight – was enacted with the aim of making the country’s long-suffering ports system more competitive and luring R$54 billion (US$23.8 billion) in private sector investments in the next five years. Although the new law is an important step forward for private port operators as well as related industrial and agribusiness firms, it also increases federal government...

* Access to this publication is restricted

Request access

If you would like to read this publication, please enter your name and email address below:

Alternatively please call us on +44 20 7183 5280, or email sales@trustedsources.co.uk.

Already registered?