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Mendes Junior Engenharia SA banned from gov't tenders in Petrobras scandal - Reuters News
Brazil prosecutors seek $1.55 bln from firms including Mendes Junior Engenharia SA allegedly tied to Petrobras corruption case Mendes Junior Engenharia SA - AP
Mendes Junior Engenharia SA appoints Chief Financial Officer
Mendes Junior Engenharia SA, formerly known as Mendes Junior SA, is a Brazil-based company active in the civil engineering sector. The Company is mainly engaged in the heavy civil construction industry and other related activities, including equipment leasing. The Company divides its activities into 12 segments: Constructions; Oil and Gas - Onshore; Transportation - Ports and Airports; Transportation - Roadway Constructions; Hydroelectric; Pipelines; Infrastructure; Energy; Electromechanical; Industrial Maintenance; Offshore Platforms, and Industries. As of December 31, 2011, the Company had one wholly owned subsidiary, Companhia Brasileira de Desenvolvimento Economico e Social (CBDES). As of October 20, 2011, Edificadora SA was the major shareholder of the Company, with 95.36% of total number of shares.
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Jesus Murillo Valle Mendes
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Angelo Alves Mendes
Chief Financial Officer, Managing Director, Controller, Director of Investor Relations, Member of the Executive Board
Eugenio Jose Bocchese Mendes
Eduardo Mendes Moreira
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Brazilian authorities arrested 15 people on Thursday as part of an investigation into alleged corruption in highway contracts in the state of Sao Paulo, according to a statement from federal prosecutors and police.
A canal set to deliver water to two drought-stricken states in northeastern Brazil is set to go into operation by year's end, a government minister said on Monday.
The shrunken carcasses of cows lie in scorched fields outside the city of Campina Grande in northeast Brazil, and hungry goats search for food on the cracked-earth floor of the Boqueirao reservoir that serves the desperate town.
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