Brazil’s infrastructure challenges for the coming years; interview with Minister de Freitas

While it must modernize its obsolete infrastructure, Brazil needs to expand capacity in areas such as transportation and electricity to meet the demands of the future.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On July 8, the flow of people at the B3 headquarters, Latin America's largest stock exchange, was a positive sign for Brazil's infrastructure sector. Entrepreneurs and investors flocked there, in downtown São Paulo, with more than one mission.

In addition to taking part in the auction of the BR-163 highway toll concession, which connects Mato Grosso state to the ports in Pará state - won by the Via Brasil consortium for almost R$2 billion (US$196 million) - many wanted to talk to Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?