Infrastructure & Capital projects in Colombia

From 17 to 18 October 2012 there will be a meeting in Bogota for major infrastructure project developers, investors, employees and service providers.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Colombia is aiming to triple investment in infrastructure in order to modernize roads and railways, and through this optimize the implementation of trade agreements with global economies.

The event is aimed at:

• Project Funders
• Government officials in the area of infrastructure & regulations
• Direct Investors
• Construction companies, contractors and engineers
• Technology companies
• Consulting firms

The event will cover sectors such as agriculture, energy, fisheries, mining, ports, roads, water, urban and social infrastructure, discussing the capital market issues, project financing, pension fund investments, engineering and construction, technology and infrastructure, public-private partnerships, political and infrastructure regulations, corporate social responsibility, community involvement, and international trade.



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