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23 Nov 2017

Public-Private Partnerships in Brazil after the Rio Olympic Games

Brazil, Latin America’s largest economy, has had broad experience with PPPs, and since the global economic slowdown in 2009, the Brazilian government has further prioritized infrastructure investment. As host of the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016, Brazil is seeking to overcome its infrastructure gaps. Brazil has undertaken PPP projects at the federal and subnational levels. The 2014 Economist Intelligence Unit Latin America & Caribbean Infrascope categorizes Brazil’s PPP readiness as developed, and places it within the top two in the region. The discussion will provide the audience with the latest market trends and state of PPPs in the country. Based on the current political and economic conditions in the country, the speaker will address the importance of the enabling environment for PPP market development.

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