Brazil releases $70bn investment plan

Brazil’s Ministry of Infrastructure has released its National Logistics Plan 2035, saying that the country will need $70bn of investment into its transport and logistics sector.

Brazil’s Ministry of Infrastructure has released its National Logistics Plan 2035, saying that the country will need $70bn of investment into its transport and logistics sector.

The plan outlines multiple potential scenarios for infrastructure developments across the country, highlighting the need for “rational and sustainable” planning, including an expansion of private participation in railway and railway projects.

Last week, the chief executive of the state's planning and logistics company said that P3s are “essential” to the future of Brazil’s infrastructure, and that this plan “gives the indication for the private sector where investment in infrastructure will be needed”.

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