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Infrastructure in Brazil is comprised of four leading subsectors: airports; architecture, construction and engineering (ACE) services; transportation and water and wastewater technologies. To boost the economy and promote private sector participation in infrastructure, the GOB created the Investment Partnerships Program (Programa de Parcerias de Investimentos (PPI) in 2016. Working with sector-focused Ministries, PPI serves a coordinating role and posts projects on its website in both Portuguese and English. As of May 8, 2019, the Brazilian Ministry of Infrastructure has 59 new qualified projects under the PPI Program, to include six port terminals, 22 airports and 14,500 kilometers of highways to be granted to the private sector. The estimated total investment is about US$ 10 billion.