A wave of privatizations could reduce the number of state-owned enterprises, filling government coffers and revitalizing some companies. No sooner did Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announce his intention to sell […]
The sale of state-owned assets totaled $23.5 billion in the first nine months, surpassing initial estimates. The pace could accelerate in 2020 as the Bolsonaro administration streamlines the privatization process
BR Mania, Correios, Eletrobras could be among successful privatizations
Potential investors eye a number of state-owned enterprises
Infrastructure is a long-term investment that needs predictability and stability, says the head of Brookfield Asset Management’s infrastructure business in Latin America
Brazilian pension funds could invest upwards of 100 billion reais in the
nation’s ailing infrastructure—provided the conditions are just right.