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The country's transport ministry highlighted that it has managed to resolve bottlenecks in seven projects in the 4G highways program so far.
The government estimates that the country will need US$110bn in infrastructure investments in the coming years and is proposing new ways to finance them.
The prosecutor alleges that the tender process favors mining company Vale over other potential competitors.
The US$238mn operation involved the firm that owns the concessionaires of Santiago's Vespucio Norte highway and San Cristóbal tunnel.
The conflict between authorities and workers at the housing ministry has halted all environmental evaluations, including that for the Central Railway project.
A bilateral agreement in science, technology and innovation is expected to be signed during Bolsonaro's visit to Israel, next month.
Brazil's Minas Gerais utility originally expected the project to be ready in December 2018.