Brazil Could Finance Second Stage of Dry Canal

The Brazilian government is reportedly interested in financing the construction of the second stage of a dry canal linking the south and north of Honduras.

Monday, February 20, 2012

From the press release by the Ministry of Works, Transport and Housing (Soptravi):

In consultaion with Ministers the leader of SOPTRAVI, Miguel Pastor announced that the government of Brazil is interested in financing the construction of the second stage of the dry canal linking the south and north of the country, generating savings in fuel and time for thousands of domestic and foreign drivers who will use this axis road.

"It is important to emphasize the collaborative spirit and the will that exists in Brazil to cooperate with the country's development in different areas, energy and infrastructure, it is also worth noting the high degree of esteem, confidence and credibility, that President Lobo has generated with this fellow southern country, and as a result of the meeting that was held between the governor and President Dilma Rousseff ", said minister Pastor.



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