RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Minister of Infrastructure, Tarcisio Freitas, hit the road on Monday (4) for a series of meetings with investors in the United States to promote the ambitious concessions program with which the country plans to attract investments of up to R$260 billion (about US$49 billion).
Freitas has scheduled several meetings in New York between today and next Friday with investors, executives of financial institutions and funds, and representatives of risk rating agencies, his portfolio advised in a statement.
The meetings aim to promote the dozens of concessions of airports, ports, roads, and railroads . . .