Brazil's BNDES sees infrastructure note sales doubling in 2014
SAO PAULO Nov 1 (Reuters) - Companies will sell around 9.5 billion reais of new infrastructure-related notes in Brazil's domestic capital markets next year, helping increase demand and trading of the securities to boost funding for roads, port and airport projects, a senior government official said on Friday.
This year, issuance of infrastructure notes were around 4 billion reais, said Luciano Coutinho, president of state development bank BNDES.
BNDES is the country's largest source of long-term credit for companies.
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