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2ª Conferência Anual CEBRI-BNDES: Cooperação Internacional para um Futuro Inovador

In 2020, Brazil held more than 30 auctions of assets like port terminals, airports, railways, highways, oil and gas. The great potential for investments in Brazilian infrastructure, with an asset portfolio of around USD $ 50 billion was one of the main discussion topics at the Second Annual CEBRI-BNDES Conference - International Cooperation for an Innovative Future. "Development banks should continue to be relevant instruments for sustainable finance, acting as facilitators of private financial flows of investments that contribute to the improvement of the population's living conditions and to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda," the document states.

Only available in Portuguese.

In 2020, Brazil held more than 30 auctions of assets like port terminals, airports, railways, highways, oil and gas. The great potential for investments in Brazilian infrastructure, with an asset portfolio of around USD $ 50 billion was one of the main discussion topics at the Second Annual CEBRI-BNDES Conference - International Cooperation for an Innovative Future. "Development banks should continue to be relevant instruments for sustainable finance, acting as facilitators of private financial flows of investments that contribute to the improvement of the population's living conditions and to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda," the document states.

Only available in Portuguese.

Participants in this publication

Jorge Camargo
Vice-Chairman

Member of the Boards of Directors of the Ultrapar and Prumo Global Logistics Groups

André Clark
Trustee

André Clark is Senior Vice President for the Siemens Energy hub in Latin America and General Manager of Siemens Energy Brazil

Clarissa Lins
Trustee

Founding Partner at Catavento

José Pio Borges
Chairman of the Brazilian Center for International Relations’ Board of Trustees

Former President of the Brazilian National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES).

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