May 10, 2019 |
The Brazilian government has included 59 projects in its infrastructure concessions program, outlining an estimated BRL1.6tn ($405bn) in total investments over 30 years.
The projects include planned concessions for ports, airports, highways, railroads and transmission lines, the Investment Partnerships Program, or PPI, said in a statement.
The oil and gas sector stands to receive the greatest amount of investments with BRL1.4tn, while the next round of airport concessions with 22 airports in thr
PPI includes 59 projects with an estimated $405bn in total investments over 30 years