Brazil is expected to set a record for public-private partnerships in 2021, says consultancy

Last year, 340 tenders were published, the best result since official records began in 2015 by Radar PPP.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil should set a record for public-private partnerships (PPP) in 2021. The projection is from Radar PPP consultancy based on the number of projects planned for this year, particularly in social infrastructure.

Last year alone, 340 tenders were published, of which 17 were from the Federal Government, 46 from states and the Federal District, and 277 from municipalities. These are the highest numbers since the consultancy was founded in 2015.

"For 2021, we expect the largest number of projects and bids in the history of PPPs and concessions for prisons, schools, health units, and parks . . .

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