Brazil may auction off more than thirty airport and port concessions in April

The main auctions will be promoted by the Ministry of Infrastructure on the São Paulo stock exchange between April 6 and 9 during what the government has dubbed "Infra Week".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil expects to attract investments of some R$60 billion (US$11 billion) with the marathon of concession auctions to be held in April, which include the privatization of 23 airports, a railroad, and five port terminals, among other assets.

The Ministry of Infrastructure will promote the principal auctions on the São Paulo stock exchange between April 6 and 9 during what the government has dubbed "Infra Week", but other privatizations by both the federal and regional governments are planned throughout the month.

The series begins this Thursday when the Rio Grande do Sul state . . .

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