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February 4-5, Panama City: 3rd Annual Central American & Caribbean Capital Projects & Infrastructure Summit

Posted by Infra on Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Central American & Caribbean Capital Projects & Infrastructure Summit 2015

The 3rd Annual Central American & Caribbean Capital Projects & Infrastructure Summit will unite the regions gathering the largest project developers, concessionaires, construction companies, operators, investors and government leaders to discuss opportunities about a wide variety of sectors including: roads & highway networks, canals and ports, airports, railways, mining infrastructure, telecom infrastructure, oil and gas, real state, mass transportation systems, water sanitation and sewage and technology.

The Summit will allow your organization to position your company as an infrastructure leader, promote your standing as a global player and a regional expert, engage the most senior and influential policy makers, sponsor and developers as well to educate and influence our C-level executive audience.

This event will take place February 4-5, 2015, in Panama City, Panama. Register here to attend.

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