Half of Brazilian roads will be in poor condition by 2025 if adequate investments are not made, which would represent a R $ 208.9 billion increase in logistics costs over the period, a study released in Washington, United States on Thursday (20) said.
Data from the unpublished research carried out by Fundação Dom Cabral show that 45.3% of Brazilian highways are already in inadequate conditions. Without emergency investments, this figure could rise to 57.5% in 2035.
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