TRADE WINDS AMERICAS 2014 AND 2016 GAMES U.S. Business Opportunities Overview Camille Richardson Principal Commercial Officer U.S. Consulate - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil World Cup 2014 and Olympic Games 2016 – Business Opportunities
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Camille RichardsonPrincipal Commercial OfficerU.S. Consulate - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro will host the first-ever Olympic Games in South America August- September 2016, as well as some of the games for the 2014 World Cup.
These two events will generate numerous trade and investment opportunities in several areas, for both games and the city.
Secretary of Sports, Tourism and Leisure
Secretary of Transportation
Secretary of Development
Secretary of Public Works
liaising with Federal and Municipal Governments
WORLD CUP 2014 (Held in 12 Brazilian Cities)
Infrastructure: US$ 51 billion
Stadiums: US$ 2.7 billion
Airport renewals: US$ 3 billion
TOTAL: US$ 56.7 billion
(Not including the High Speed Train Rio/Sao Paulo, which might not be ready by 2014, and which is valued in US$ 20 billion)