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Brazil's CCR Says Regulator ANTT Reduced Tolls At Nova Dutra By 5.26%-Filing
Brazil's Road Operator CCR To Begin Chosing New CEO To Replace Leonardo Vianna- Filing
Brazil's CCR reports Q1 net profit of 358 million reais
CCR SA is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the operation of highways. The Company's activities are divided into five business segments: Highways, which manages and maintains toll roads through numerous concessions, such as AutoBAn, ViaOeste, NovaDutra, RodoNorte, SPVias, Ponte, ViaLagos, RodoAnel Oeste and Renovias; Passenger transportation, which includes subway concessions, such as ViaQuatro and Metro Bahia; Sea transportation, which holds concession for regular lines of sea passenger transport under the CCR Barcas brand name; Airports, which manages airport concessions, and Services, which includes other holding and operating activities, such as shared services center, engineering services and data transmission via underground fiber optic cables. The Company's highways network is located in the states of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Parana, Brazil.
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Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant'Anna
Chairman of the Board
Leonardo Couto Vianna
Chief Executive Officer
Ricardo Coutinho de Sena
Vice Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer
Eduardo de Toledo
Vice President - Corporate Management
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Brazilian toll road operator CCR SA won an auction on Friday to operate for 30 years a 220-kilometer highway in the Brazilian southern state of Santa Catarina.
Brazil's CCR SA agreed to pay 81.53 million reais ($21.20 million) to settle a Sao Paulo state civil lawsuit alleging the company and some of its units were involved in a graft scheme, the toll operator said on Thursday.
Brazilian police searched the offices of toll road operator CCR SA on Wednesday, the company said in a securities filing, amid a federal police investigation into toll road operators.
Brazil's largest highway toll operator, CCR SA <CCRO3.SA>, on Tuesday reported a 58 percent drop in second-quarter net profit due to a trucker strike that disrupted major roads in May.
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