IFC is supporting the Ministry of Infrastructure to structure the tender process for a railway concession initiative, encompassing 1,900 kilometers of railway tracks crossing the states of Bahia, Tocantins, Goiás, and Mato Grosso. The four different segments (FIOL 2 and 3, FICO 1 and 2) included in the initiative will link the main export-oriented agricultural production centers in Brazil’s central region to the eastern part of the country and its ports.
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