Vale Inaugurates The Nacala Corridor In Southeast Africa

Vale CEO Murilo Ferreira and representatives of the governments of Mozambique, Malawi, Brazil and Japan inaugurated the Nacala Corridor on May 12.  The implementation of this logistics corridor is part of the commitments signed by the governments of Mozambique and Malawi, Vale and Mitsui for the socioeconomic development of the zone. The implementation of the Nacala Corridor is an investment made by Vale and by the Mozambican state company CFM (Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique) to

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