RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The expected amount is almost double the R$89 (US$15.614) billion the South American giant collected from the concessions or sales of public companies between 2019 and 2021.
Infrastructure Minister Tarcísio de Freitas confirmed this Monday during the balance of his administration, noting that the figure expected for 2022 will be reached with concessions Brazil has planned for airports, road networks, railroads, ports and sanitation services.
"Brazil will be the country with the largest private infrastructure in the world," the Minister assured.
The private sector's stake will lower unemployment, increase the sustainability . . .