Brazil’s São Paulo Eyes Chinese Investment, Says State Official

The plan foresees investment of up to US$5 billion in a program of concessions, public-private partnerships and privatization of 22 regional airports, roads, ports, rail lines and subways.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - As a Brazilian state with great potential, São Paulo welcomes investment from China, its main trading partner, an official said Wednesday, December 3rd.

A virtual roadshow presentation was held for 23 Chinese companies and investment groups to present a 2021-2022 concession and privatization program, Julio Serson, the state's secretary for international relations, told Xinhua in an interview.

"We have presented the economic recovery plan for 2021 and 2022, and investment opportunities . . .

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