The Federal Government announced in August that fifty seven projects will be passed to the private sector that were once government-only. In total the projects are worth R$ 44 Billion across 22 sectors as described in the auction schedule.
More than half of the projects to be privatized are scheduled for the second half of the year, many of which are related to commercial aviation terminals.
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as well. Prior to the August publication, the Brazilian government had not revealed any plans to take action regarding the fate of these projects. While these state-owned companies are vital to the day-to-day operations of Brazil’s economy, there were had been no mention of tentative plans in the works. Now, with a publicly-known actionable sell strategy in place, perhaps these state projects could be invested in by private companies that could bring a competitive edge to an already emerging South American marketplace.
The entity acting as liason between the state-owned companies and the private sector investors who the projects will be passed down to is the Investment Partnerships’ Program,
This Program exists to strengthen the relationship between the state and private companies, the intention is that through intelligent action an influx of jobs an economic growth will cause Brazil’s economy to strengthen and flourish.
The state is excited to be working with private sector investors who see the value in investing in such a booming geolocation in 2018.
In addition to expediting job growth, infrastructure strengthening, and increased legal security, the PPI (Investment Partnerships’ Program) intends to leverage minimal intervention on privatized projects moving forward after the second half pf 2018 and for the future beyond.