Bill 414/21 is an important step towards a more competitive and inclusive energy sector
I.    Introduction and assumptions This article is intended to describe the legal framework and business environment of water and sanitation in Brazil. It does not comprise, therefore, specific and defined business opportunities...
Resolution defines the cases in which mining concessions and mine manifests can be offered as collateral to funders, in addition to the conditions for the transfer of their ownership.
A new standard represents a significant milestone for foreign currency business governed by Brazilian law, mainly the financing of infrastructure projects.
Law 14.230/21 has softened certain rules to help combat administrative paralysis, but it is too early to know whether it will be able to bring a better balance between combating impunity and defending the well-meaning public agent.
Anac publishes a revised draft notice with a new configuration to avoid predatory competition between the two largest airports in Rio de Janeiro.
New law brings measures in that aim to expand the offer of cabotage in Brazil, improve the quality of service, foster competition, and encourage the development of the naval industry.
Simplification of the operation of international air transport services should attract new investments for the sector and has the potential to promote the entry of new airlines into the market, increasing competition and the provision of services.
The regulatory agency intends to regulate the assignment and exchange of airport slots, currently prohibited by Resolution 338/21.
Supplementary Instruction 91-013 defines ANAC's authorization process for air operators interested in providing the service, in addition to establishing deadlines and detailing the required documentation.
Inclusion of some topics in the Assignment Manual prepared by the agency itself would be the simplest way to make the regulation more accurate.
Airports in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Belém head the three blocks formed for the auction of 16 terminals. Expected investments exceed BRL 8 billion in 30 years of the concession.