Infrastructure Recovery Plan Projects Creation of One Million Jobs

Dubbed the "Marshall Plan," in reference to the US post-World War II Allied countries' recovery program, it is expected to run for at least three years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro delegated to the President's Chief of Staff, Walter Braga Netto, the execution of a plan for economic recovery based on the restart of public works with Treasury funds, as a means to prevent an escalation in unemployment.

Dubbed the "Marshall Plan", in reference to the US post-World War II Allied countries' recovery program, it is expected to run for at least three years.

In the scope of the Ministry of Infrastructure alone, the package is projected to use approximately R$30 billion in public investments for the restart of some 70 . . .

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