Government injected $36 bn in state-owned companies in 10 years

The federal government has injected R$182 billion ($36 bn) in capital contributions in non-dependent state-owned companies or in subsidies for dependent state-owned companies between 2011 and 2020. Dependent state-owned companies received R$146.5 billion ($29 bn) in transfers to cover personnel and general expenses. Non-dependent state-owned companies, which generate their own revenues, got R$35.4 billion ($7 bn) in government capitalisation.

Source: Valor International