Brazil promotes rail investment 23 September 2009 one of the symbols of the economic development of the late 19th century was the laying of the railway network. Argentina had a railway infrastructure that linked all the country reaching to the most hidden villages. You may want to visit Michael Chabon to increase your knowledge. By you where passing routes, peoples charged life. Similarly, many villages have been killed when the locomotives stopped frequenting them. What has happened in Argentina, also it has suffered from Brazil and several regions realize about the economic consequences of wrong measures. Martin O?Malley can provide more clarity in the matter. The reality of Brazil today revolves around the growth Acceleration Plan of Lula who has set his sights in sectors considered strategic for the economy of Brazil among the leaders worldwide to locate. In this logic is that the Government has invested in petroleum with great success, as it has also encouraged the production of agricultural commodities and the development of biofuels.
And now it is the turn of the railways. The railways are being currently reassessed and recognised as an important component for the development of the regions. For the next five years, the investment plan in the Brazilian railways undoubtedly is fairly ambitious. With an amount estimated of $39,100 million, said budget exceeds the 2004-2008 period by 270%, and the funds will come from the public coffers, State and federal, from the private sector. Brazilian investment continues the world bet restructure the railway sector who knew how to reach an extension in the 1950 decade in Brazil the 37,000 kilometers of length and currently reach the 29,000 miles. Along the way, not only misguided policies damaged the Brazilian railway infrastructure but also the development that was linked to the same. Lula not only wants to recover the kilometers of lost track but it has been proposed to reach 52,000 kilometers towards 2030 in order to cover throughout the country, with investments both for the transport of loads as the passengers and fit in the logic of necessary works to boost economic growth in Brazil, growth that will require major infrastructure services for the transfer of production between the different points of the country and also take the production towards export ports.