Pursuant to CVM Instruction No. 358, CCR S.A. (Bovespa: CCRO3; Bloomberg: CCRO3BZ; Reuters: CCRO3.BR), one of the largest concession infrastructure companies in Latin America, hereby informs its shareholders and the market in general that in view of the prospects for new business development in the field of infrastructure, CCR’s Board of Directors decided to analyze into the possibility of the Company’s operating in the airport infrastructure sector.

If the Company‘s participation in this sector is considered to be viable, the controlling shareholders intend to channel existing business deriving from their ownership stakes (“Assets”) in the airport sector as well as the opportunities currently under development in that segment to the Company, assuring the alignment of the interests of all shareholders.

The aforementioned Assets specifically refer to the ownership interests of our shareholders in the international airport concessions in Ecuador and Costa Rica (Andrade Gutierrez Group), the international airport of Curaçao (Camargo Correa Group) and the project for the New São Paulo City Airport (“NASP “, jointly owned by the Andrade Gutierrez and Camargo Correa Groups).

In view of the above, CCR’s Board of Directors met on this date and, taking into consideration the best practices in governance and transparency, approved the following resolutions: (i) to authorize the analysis of the sector to assist the Company shareholder’s decide on the possibility to amending its Bylaws to include airport infrastructure development; (ii) the establishment of an Independent Committee to evaluate the potential acquisition of assets above mentioned, adopting the best practices of governance, transparency and independence, in line with the CVM Guidance Opinion No. 35 of September 1, 2008 (“CVM Opinion 35/08”), with shareholders who currently own the aforementioned assets declaring themselves as of now prevented from voting on any decisions about such acquisitions; (iii) the call of an Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, on a date to be confirmed, to resolve (a) on the amendment of the Company’s Bylaws and (b) the acquisition of the aforementioned assets; and (iv) the publication of this Material Fact.

Through eventual exploitation of this new sector, CCR expects to continue to pursue its successful qualified growth strategy in the upcoming years and increase its contribution towards the country’s socio-economic development.

São Paulo, August 29th, 2011.

Arthur Piotto Filho
Investor Relations Officer