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Brazil: Back to the future for Dilma’s ‘new’ infrastructure concession programme

Overview

After months of delays, on 9 June the Dilma administration launched its revamped infrastructure concession programme, totalling R$198.4 billion (US$63.8 billion), of which 35 per cent is projected to be invested in the next three-and-a-half years. As expected, big swaths of the programme have been recycled from the August 2012 original programme. The positive surprise is that a government once ideologically opposed to “capitalistic” auction policies formerly adopted by the Cardoso...

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