By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – The Finance Ministry in Brazil announced on Monday measures to stimulate infrastructure projects in the country, especially those in the transport segment, such as rail lines, airports, ports and highways, all part of the government’s Programa de Investimento em Logistica - PIL (Logistics Investment Program).
“The main objective is to make financing easier, be it through banks or capital markets,” said Dyogo Oliveira, the Ministry of Finance’s executive secretary during a press conference in Brasilia to announce the new measures.
Among the measures to be implemented is the reduction . . .