Brazil Airports Are Swept Up By Europeans

International airport operators flocked to Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency’s (ANAC) auction of the rights to operate four international airports in Brazilian state capitals. The operators were attracted by new investor friendly regulations that give them currency exchange protection and the ability to wholly own the concessions. The airport auctions come as part of a government effort to lure private investors to infrastructure projects to boost a recovery from Brazil’s long drawn-out economic recession.


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