Brazil, Spain discuss multibillion dollar infra works

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Monday, December 1, 2014

Brazilian and Spanish government officials and entrepreneurs are in Barcelona planning infrastructure investments in Brazil that could reach at least 41.6bn reais (US$16.6bn) by 2016.

The business group LIDE-sponsored meetings have been scheduled from November 28-December 1 in Barcelona through international networking event "Meeting International".

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Among the discussions in the meetings organized by business group LIDE are public-private partnership opportunities for the infrastructure sector and other investment opportunities in transportation, mining, oil & gas, banking & insurance, and IT & telecommunications, according to a release.

In 2013, Spanish companies invested a total of 6bn reais in Brazil, according to Spain's chamber of commerce in Brazil.