Study Points out Need for R$40 Billion Investment in Rio

Businessmen from all over the state met with legislators, to whom they submitted a list of demands specific to their respective regions, including sanitation, education, housing, urban mobility, and public safety areas as priorities.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Entrepreneurs from FIRJAN (Federation of Industries of the State of Rio de Janeiro) on Thursday afternoon, November 28th, handed President Jair Bolsonaro a study that underscores the need for R$40.4 billion (US$10 billion) investments in infrastructure for the state of Rio de Janeiro to resume a trajectory of social and economic development.

In the morning, the 36 businessmen from all over the state met with . . .

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