1. GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURES MARKET: AN OVERVIEW
Manager, Infrastructure Advisory Services
Ernst & Young
2. THE RAIL SECTOR IN EMERGING COUNTRIES
Jorge Martins Secall
EDLP (Estaçao da Luz Participaçoes)
3. MAJOR PROJECTS IN INDIA: PRESENTATION OF THE DELHI-MUMBAI INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR
CEO and Managing Director
Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corp. Ltd.
4. FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURES AND MAJOR PROJECTS: STRUCTURES, RISKS AND CONSTRAINTS
Chief Representative, Middle-East
Export Development Canada
THE ACTIVITY IN BRIEF
The infrastructures sector is showing strong growth around the world. The exponential increase in the number of inhabitants in big cities requires that major investments be made in rail, road, and port networks, as well as in such sectors as telecommunications systems.
Whether they are privately or publicly funded, these major projects are advancing with lightning speed and are relying on the strength of businesses in the sector.
This December 12, come join us and sell your products and services to major contractors in this sector from emerging nations.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?
- To showcase your expertise to contractors in the infrastructure sector in Brazil, Colombia, Russia, Vietnam, and India
- To meet individually with high-ranking decision-makers, and discuss business opportunities for your company
- To develop your business in zones showing the world’s highest rates of growth
THE INFRASTRUCTURES SECTOR IN EMERGING COUNTRIES
The Brazilian government is considering three major infrastructure investment plans. First, it intends to invest close to $60 billion US to double the country’s road and rail networks. It is then planning a $3.5 billion US investment in airport infrastructures. Finally, the government wants to invest over $20 billion US in improving its port infrastructures, representing a total of 20 ports.
India and Japan are jointly funding—to the tune of $90 billion US—the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project, which aims to develop an industrial zone spread across six states (1,483 km). The large-scale project will see the development of major rail, road, and port infrastructures, as well as industry (notably, industrial clusters) along this corridor.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- This activity is specifically intended for businesses in the following sectors:
- Road, rail, and airport infrastructures
- Other related sectors
- Suppliers of services whose clients include businesses operating in the infrastructure and construction sectors
Become a supplier to major contractors and develop your business in emerging countries.
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