Even with much of the developed world still struggling, Brazil's economy exudes health. But robust growth over the medium to long term is very much conditioned on advances in infrastructure, where enduring bottlenecks are bound to tighten unless investment grows and private-sector investors play a larger role.

Eyes are on ground transport in particular, with the country looking forward to playing host for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics.

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