RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil expects to attract R$1 trillion (about US$192 billion) in private investments with the infrastructure concessions planned until the end of 2022, Brazilian Infrastructure Minister Tarcisio Gomes de Freitas said Wednesday.
"It is an unprecedented volume of investment contracts. It is the largest infrastructure concession program in the world," the minister said in an interview with foreign correspondents in Brazil, in which he listed the auctions to offer rights to roads, railroads, airports, ports, power lines, and oil reserves.
The figure includes concessions made since January 2019, with the beginning of the presidency of . . .
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