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Project finance & infrastructure

Uruguayan company gets loan to buy trains for UPM pulp mill

Posadas, Posadas & Vecino in Montevideo has helped a railway subsidiary of Uruguayan logistics company Grupo Christophersen and Spanish constructor Cointer obtain a 94 million euro (US$113 million) loan to finance train equipment for a railway connecting Montevideo and Paso de los Toros, where Finnish forestry group UPM is building a pulp mill.

BLP adds partners in Costa Rica and Nicaragua

BNDES backs Patria solar project in Bahia

Features

Liberal Brazil

As the controversial government of Jair Bolsonaro takes shape in Brazil – with worrying implications for human rights, minorities and the environment – an unprecedented liberalisation programme is substantially changing the country’s economic system. Can it deliver on its promise to attract investors by making Brazil a better place for business?

Funding Brazil’s infrastructure gap

Upgrading infrastructure is at the top of President Jair Bolsonaro’s list of priorities. A smaller role for the state opens the door to increased private participation in sectors crying out for investment. Ricardo Russo, a partner at Pinheiro Neto Advogados, explains how developers are using Brazil’s capital markets to fund projects.

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