RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The federal government released on Wednesday, August 1st, in São Paulo, the first part of Pro-Infra, the action calendar for logistics, energy, basic sanitation, urban mobility, telecommunications, and low-income housing of the Ministry of Economy.
According to the special secretary of Productivity, Employment, and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy, Carlos Alexandre Jorge Da Costa, the actions are based on three main pillars: reducing government involvement in infrastructure projects; increasing the participation of the private sector; and providing long-term, stable and intersectoral planning centered on economic efficiency.
"It's not about reducing . . .