Investment in infrastructure stagnates under Bolsonaro, survey shows

Before taking office, the Jair Bolsonaro administration set a goal of increasing annual investments in infrastructure to R$250 billion by 2022. A survey by Inter.B Consultoria, however, shows that public and private investments in the area totaled R$115.2 billion last year, lower than the R$118 billion in 2019 and R$117.6 billion in 2018. In 2017 it was R$114.7 billion. This covers investments in the transport, electricity, telecommunications and sanitation sectors.

Source: Valor international