The objective of this paper, which is based on a series of interviews conducted by Oliver Wyman in Brazil with senior executives at major banks and investment funds, is to provide recommendations on how to promote a market for private investment in viable infrastructure projects for Brazil through better risk-return tradeoffs for investors.
The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) has appointed Maritime & Transport Business Solutions (MTBS) to support the development and delivery of an early market consultation for the Ports Privatisation Program in Brazil, which is a key aspect of GI Hub’s Brazil Country Program.
Brazil has become the largest market for public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Latin America, having invested around USD $386 billion in infrastructure from 1990 to 2017
The objective of the study is to strengthen capacity of geohazard disaster resilience of federal highway infrastructure in Brazil through reviewing disaster risk management (DRM) capacity for federal road infrastructure and case studies of applying innovative methodologies for assessing disaster risk and evaluating economic benefits of resilience countermeasures.
The objective of this study is to was to analyze how processes of social exclusion created barriers to social mobility among the poor in Brazil, the better to identify some policy levers or interventions that could be used to remove those barriers and contribute to more effective poverty alleviation and social inclusion.
The latest milestone of Global Infrastructure Hub’s Brazil Country Engagement Program has been completed with a gathering of infrastructure leaders from Brazil for an inception workshop on the SOURCE platform.
The study uses a new, annual data set on Internet availability from the Brazil school census, the study analyses Brazil's "internetrollout" and its impact on the employee wages and industry employment.
The second International Forum of Public-Private Partnerships was held in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil between 18th - 20th October, attended by GI Hub staff Daniel Fedson, Director, Cleyton Barros, Principal Policy Advisor and Jack Handford, Principal Advisor.
Brazil has a policy named Urban Operations which is used to promote requalification of underdeveloped urban areas through PPPs
The Piracicaba-Panorama concession in S?o Paulo is one of the largest road concessions in Brazil, spanning a network of highways that covers 1,200km of distance
The Ministry of Finance is the body that at administrative structure of the Federative Republic of Brazil basically takes care of the formulation and implementation of economic policy.
The Ministry of Transport aims to develop, coordinate, evaluate and monitor actions for the strategic development of the civil aviation industry and airport infrastructure and aviation in Brazil.
For the second year the conference gathered Brazilians and foreign professionals from the infrastructure public and private sector. The conference focused on the role of privatisation of infrastructure assets, PPPs and Concessions for the next wave of Brazilian infrastructure projects as part of the 20 year infrastructure program 2018 to 2038.
The Department of civil aviation aims to coordinate and monitor actions for the strategic development of the civil aviation industry and airport infrastructure and aviation in Brazil.
The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) works to promote Brazilian products and services abroad, and to attract foreign investment to strategic sectors of the Brazilian economy. Apex-Brasil organizes several initiatives aiming to promote Brazilian exports abroad. The Agency's efforts comprise trade and prospective missions, business rounds, support for the participation of Brazilian companies in major international trade fairs, arrangement of technical visits of foreign buyers and opinion makers to learn about the Brazilian productive structure, and other select activities designed to strengthen the countryâ€™s branding abroad. Apex-Brasil also plays a leading role in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) to Brazil, by working to identify business opportunities, promoting strategic events and lending support to foreign investors willing to allocate resources in Brazil.
This paper presents a case study of the Brazilian Power Sector
To promote the country’s participation in the more than 80% of world trade which is carried by sea, GI Hub has delivered Brazil’s Ministry of Infrastructure a market sounding report to optimise its Port Privatisation Program.
The fund supports the development of technical studies for the preparation of infrastructure projects related to the economic and social development of Brazil and Latin America, formatted as common concessions and PPPs.
The Brazilian government sought to diversify its energy mix and planned to add c. 10GW of power from renewable sources to its national grid by 2018