In August, Brazil will tender 15 airports, including Congonhas, the third busiest

The concession will run for 35 years and generate some R$7.3 billion (US$1.4 billion), mainly for the modernization and expansion of the terminals.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Minister of Infrastructures, Marcelo Sampaio Cunha Filho, has held "very productive" meetings this week with Aena to offer them investment opportunities in the Latin American country, especially in the seventh tender for Brazilian airports that will take place next August.

It was stated during the America Forum . . .

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