The Brazilian Government has a very clear objective: to transfer as many infrastructure assets as possible to the private sector. To this end, it has developed the largest and most sophisticated concession program in the world. More than R$ 200 billion in investments contracted by 2022 in ports, railways, highways and airports are projected. These are projects that have legal certainty, regulatory stability and economic predictability.
Investors have believed in the country, in economic and GDP growth, and in the high circulation of cargo and passengers. There is an optimism that is being converted into investments. Proof of this is the result of the 27 asset auctions held in 2019. This proves the credibility that foreign investors have deposited in Brazil.
This success is due to the Federal Government’s concession policy, which, through the Investment Partnership Program (PPI), aims to expand and strengthen the interaction between the State and the private sector through the signing of partnership contracts and other privatization measures. In this sense, the PPI qualifies the enterprises that will be treated as a national priority. The bodies and entities involved must act so that the processes and acts necessary for structuring, releasing and executing the project occur efficiently and in an economic manner.
On this website it is possible to get to know each of the infrastructure projects that are qualified to be granted in the upcoming years.