The Government of Brazil revealed foreign investment opportunities worth a colossal value of 30.5 billion dollars to diplomats from various nations.
Brazilian authorities are actively searching for investors interested in highway concession projects, with a projected investment of 15 billion dollars; electric transmission, with 8.2 billion; basic sanitation, with 5,000 million; ports, with 1,800 million, and waste management, with 500 million.
These investments will be materialized through concessions with a maximum duration of 30 years, as well as through public-private partnerships, as detailed in the program presented to diplomats in the Brazilian capital, Brasilia.
To attract this important investment, the Minister of the Civil House, Rui Costa, called on the ambassadors present at the event to “collaborate in the dissemination of this news” among companies and investment funds in their respective countries.
Costa stressed: “Our goal is to awaken the interest of every nation, international company and investment fund about all the investment opportunities in Brazil and invite them to be part of this exciting project.” In addition, he highlighted the “firm presence” of Spanish companies in the energy sector.
Minister Costa also pointed to other government projects aimed at accelerating the arrival of foreign companies, such as the creation of a “green fund” to finance sustainable projects and the regulation of a carbon market in Brazil.
(Referential image source: Raphael Nogueira, Unsplash)