DATE, VENUE AND TIME: On April 19, 2011, at 10:30 a.m., at the head offices of Companhia de Concessões Rodoviárias (“Company”), located at Avenida Chedid Jafet, 222, block B, 5th floor, in the City of São Paulo, State of São Paulo. PRESENCE: The formalities established by article 127 of Law 6.404/76 were fulfilled in the Shareholders Attendance Book. The shareholders representing 67.05% (sixty seven point zero five percent) of the total capital stock of the Company were present at the Ordinary General Meeting. The representative of KPMG Independent Auditors, Mr. José Luiz Ribeiro de Carvalho, and Mr. José Valdir Pesce, member of the Fiscal Council and the managers of the Company were also present. SUMMONS AND PREVIOUS PUBLICATIONS: (a) The notices established in articles 124 and 133 of Law n. 6.404/76 were published in the Official Daily Gazette of the State of São Paulo, Entrepreneurial Section, on March 31st 2011, April 1st and 2nd 2011 editions, respectively on pages 74, 85 and 36; and in the newspaper “Valor Econômico”, nationwide edition, on March 31st , April 1st , 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2011, respectively on pages D.11, D.4 e D.11; (b) the Management Report, Balance Sheet, Fiscal Year Results, Changes in Shareholders‘ Equity Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Value Added Statement, Explanatory Notes to Financial Statements and the Independent Auditors Report were published on March 18, 2011, in the Official Daily Gazette of the State of São Paulo, pages 61 to 83, and in the Newspaper “Valor Econômico”, pages A25 to A40. PRESIDING BOARD: Chairman, Mrs. Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’Anna and Secretary, Mr. Leandro Luiz Zancan. READING OF THE DOCUMENTS: It was not necessary to read the documents referred on article 133 of Law 6.404/76 because they are of common knowledge. AGENDA: (i) analyze, discuss and vote on the Management Report, the Financial Statements and Explanatory Notes together with the respective reports of the Independent Auditors and the Fiscal Council, relative to the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2010; (ii) deliberate on the review and approval of capital budget; (iii) deliberate on the proposal of allocation of the net profit of the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2010; (iv) deliberate on the number of members in the Board of Directors of the Company for the next mandate and elect the members of the Board of Directors of the Company; (v) deliberate on the remuneration of the administrators; and (vi) deliberate on the installation and composition of the Fiscal Council. RESOLUTIONS: After debates and discussions, with abstentions of those legally prevented to vote, were approved: (i) unanimously, having registered the abstentions in the terms of the manifestations that remain filed at the head offices of the Company, the Management Report, Balance Sheet, Fiscal Year Results, Changes in Shareholders‘ Equity Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Value Added Statement and the Explanatory Notes to Financial Statements, all of them referring and relating to the social and fiscal year ended on December 31, 2010, published as already reported in the section “Summons and Previous Publications”, above, already duly audited by KPMG Independent Auditors, as per Report dated March 11, 2011; (ii) unanimously, having registered the abstentions in the terms of the manifestations that remain filed at the head offices of the Company, the review and approval of the capital budget of the Company for fiscal year 2011, in the amount of R$ 1,494,554,000.00 (one billion, four hundred and ninety four million, five hundred and fifty four thousand reais); (iii) unanimously, having registered the abstentions in the terms of the manifestations that remain filed at the head offices of the Company, that the “Fiscal Year Net Profit” of the Company referring to fiscal year ended on December 31, 2010, in the amount of R$663,756,784.43 (six hundred and sixty three million, seven hundred and fifty six thousand, seven hundred and eighty four reais and forty three cents), will have the following allocation: (a) constitution of Legal Reserve, in the total amount of R$33,187,839.22 (thirty three million, one hundred and eighty seven thousand, eight hundred and thirty nine reais and twenty two cents), under article 193 of Law n. 6.404/76; (b) distribution of dividends, under article 21 of the By Law of the Company (as per item (b.ii) below, part of the dividends distributed derives from the utilization of part of the balance of the Profit Retention Reserve), in the total amount of R$ 851,149,560.00 (eight hundred and fifty one million, one hundred and forty nine thousand, five hundred and sixty reais), corresponding to R$1.928309 per common share, composed in the following way: (b.i) R$ 300,775,000.00 (three hundred million, seven hundred and seventy five thousand reais), based upon the profit of the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2010; e (b.ii) R$ 550,374,560.00 (five hundred and fifty million, three hundred and seventy four thousand, five hundred and sixty reais), accounting for part of the balance of the Profit Retention Reserve existent on December 31, 2009. Of the total amount of dividends presently approved, R$750,374,560.00 (seven hundred and fifty million, three hundred and seventy four thousand, five hundred and sixty reais), corresponding to R$1.70 (one real and seventy cents) per common share, were already paid in the form of interim dividends on September 30, 2010, as approved by the Board of Directors of the Company in a meeting held on September 17, 2010, based on the shareholding of September 20, 2010, being the shares declared ex-dividends as of September 21, 2010; and (ii) the remaining quota of R$100,775,000.00 (one hundred million, seven hundred and seventy five reais), corresponding to R$ 0.228309 per common share, will be paid on April 29, 2011, under the respective Shareholders Notice to be published on April 20, 2011, and the shares of the Company will be negotiated “ex-dividends” as of April 20, 2011; and (c) the remaining balance of the fiscal year’s net profit, in the amount of R$329,793,945.21 (three hundred and twenty nine million, seven hundred and ninety three thousand, nine hundred and forty five reais and twenty one cents), will be transferred to the account Profit Retention Reserve, based upon the capital budget for fiscal year 2010, approved as described on item (ii) of the Resolutions above, under the terms of article 196 of Law n. 6.404/76; (iv) by majority of those present, having registered the votes against and abstentions under the terms of the manifestations that remain filed at the head offices of the Company, the new composition of the Board of Directors of the Company for the mandate ending in the Ordinary General Meeting of 2012, is approved in the following way: 11 (eleven) effective members and 9 (nine) substitute members, emphasizing that out of the effective members, 02 (two) will be independent advisers, so as to comply with the New Market Regulation of the São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa) and the 2nd paragraph of article 10 of the By Laws of the Company by means of the election of the following members to compose the Board of Directors of the Company with one vacancy remaining and the last 2 (two) advisers being independent: Effective Advisers: (1) Mr. Eduardo Borges de Andrade, Brazilian, married, engineer, CPF/MF n. 000.309.886-91, RG n. 3.976/D – CREA-MG, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; (2) Mr. Ricardo Coutinho de Sena, Brazilian, married, engineer, CPF/MF n. 090.927.496-72, RG n. M-30.172 SSP/MG, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; (3) Mr. Paulo Roberto Reckziegel Guedes, Brazilian, married, engineer, CPF/MF n. 400.540.200-34, RG n. 400.824.5518 SSP/RS, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; (4) Mr. Francisco Caprino Neto, Brazilian, married, engineer, CPF/MF n. 049.976.298-39, RG n. 9.199.282 SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Funchal, n. 160, block 4; (5) Mr. Marcelo Pires Oliveira Dias, Brazilian, married, administrator, CPF/MF n. 258.510.388-96, RG n. 27.925.160-9 SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Funchal, n. 160 – Block 4; (6) Mr. Gustavo Pelliciari de Andrade, Brazilian, married, civil engineer, CPF/MF n. 173.345.128-55, RG n. 22.817.818-6 – SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Funchal, n. 160, Block 4; (7) Mrs. Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’Anna, Brazilian, married, business administrator, CPF/MF n. 021.984.728-21, RG n. 3.837.723-8 SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Av. Nove de Julho, 4939, 14th floor, suites 143 and 144, Jardim Paulista; (8) Mr. Henrique Sutton de Sousa Neves, Brazilian, married, lawyer, CPF/MF n. 388.577.077-68, RG n. 03118058-1 – IFP/RJ, domiciled in the State of São Paulo, City of São Paulo, at Avenida Albert Einstein, 627/701, Morumbi; (9) Mrs. Ana Dolores Moura Carneiro de Novaes, Brazilian, single, economist, CPF/MF n. 346.152.454-91, RG n. 1.651.916 SSP/PE, domiciled in the city of Rio de Janeiro – RJ, at Rua dos Oitis, n. 19 – apartment 302; and (10) Mr. Gilberto Audelino Correa, Brazilian, married, administrator, CPF/MF n. 295.396.848-20, RG n. 5.150.894-1 SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Francisco Julia, n. 360, 14th floor, Santana, and their respective Substitutes, excepting the independent advisers who will not have substitutes: (1) Mr. Renato Torres de Faria, Brazilian, married, mining engineer, CPF/MF n. 502.153.966-34, RG n. N-1727787 – SSP/MG, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; (2) Mr. José Henrique Braga Polido Lopes, Brazilian, married, civil engineer, CPF/MF n. 467.477.536-15, RG n. M-752.901 SSP/MG, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; (3) Mr. Ricardo Antônio Mello Castanheira, Brazilian, married, civil engineer, CPF/MF n. 130.218.186-68, RG n. MG-1.190.558 SSP/MG, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; (4) Mr. Rodrigo Cardoso Barbosa, Brazilian, single, engineer, CPF/MF n. 251.193.308-00, RG n. 24.853.502 SSP/SP domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Funchal n. 160, Block 5; (5) Mr. Marco Antonio Zangari, Brazilian, married, civil engineer, CPF/MF n. 165.772.818-82, RG n. 21.768.106-2 SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Funchal, n. 160, Block 4; (6) Mr. Fernando Augusto Camargo de Arruda Botelho, Brazilian, married, administrator, CPF/MF n. 292.540.028-01, RG n. 28.972.336-X SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Funchal, n. 160, Block 4; (7) Sra. Rita Torres, Brazilian, single, civil engineer, CPF/MF n. 098.098.484-04, RG n. 26.544.264-3 – SSP/SP, domiciled in the State of São Paulo, City of São Paulo, at Av. Nove de Julho, 4939, 14th floor, suites 143 e 144, Jardim Paulista; e (8) Mr. Mauro Martin Costa, Brazilian, married, engineer, bearer of the identity card RG n. 11.725.734-5 SSPSP and registered as tax payer at CPF/MF n. 101.850.598-99, domiciled in the State of São Paulo, City of São Paulo, at Avenida Pedroso de Morais, n. 1619 – suite 801. The shareholders elect Mr. Francisco Caprino Neto and Mrs. Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’Anna to occupy, respectively, the position of President and Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Company. The advisers now elected will remain in their positions until the election and term of office of their substitutes, as per the resolution of the Ordinary General Meeting to be held in 2012, under the terms of the By Laws. All elected advisers, present in the Meeting, declare, for legal effects, to have knowledge of article 147 of Law 6.404, of December 15, 1976, and subsequent alterations, and, consequently, not impeded by any of the hypothesis stated in the article which would prevent them from performing the duties of administrators of the Company. The Chairman informed, additionally, that the elected advisers presented a curriculum, as well as a declaration, for filing at the headquarters of the Company, complying with the formalities required by the CVM Instruction n. 367, de 05/29/2002; (v) by majority of those present, having registered the votes against and abstentions under the terms of the manifestations that remain filed at the head offices of the Company, the proposal for the available annual and global amount of the remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors and Directors of the Company of up to R$ 16,584,433.00 (sixteen million, five hundred and eighty four thousand, four hundred and thirty three reais), not including the amounts referring to labor costs due, being under ruling of the Board of Directors of the Company the setting of the individual amount and, if it is the case, the benefits of any nature and available amounts for representation, as per article 152 of 6.404/76; e (vi) by majority of those present, having registered the abstentions under the terms of the manifestations that remain filed at the head offices of the Company, the installation of the Fiscal Council of the Company, under the terms of article 161 of 6.404/76 and of article 19 of its By Law, as well as the election of the following effective members and respective substitutes for the Fiscal Board: Effective Advisers: (1) Mr. Newton Brandão Ferraz Ramos, Brazilian, married, accountant, CPF/MF n. 813.975.696-20, RG n. M4.019.574 – SSP/MG, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; (2) Adalgiso Fragoso de Farias, Brazilian, married, economist, CPF/MF n. 293.140.546-91, RG n. 2.212.584 SSP/MG, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Itapimirum, n. 561, apartment 244, Block B; e (3) Mr. José Valdir Pesce, Brazilian, married, business administrator, CPF/MF n. 484.999.008-87, RG n. 6.081.652-1 SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Joaquim Floriano, n. 820, suite 72, 7th floor, Itaim Bibi; and their respective Substitute Advisers: (1) Mr. Tarcísio Augusto Carneiro, Brazilian, divorced, civil engineer, CPF/MF n. 372.404.636-72, RG n. MG-1.076.524 SSP/MG, domiciled in the city of Belo Horizonte – MG, at Av. do Contorno, n. 8123, Cidade Jardim; and (2) Fernando Luiz Aguiar Filho, Brazilian, single, civil engineer, CPF/MF n. 306.391.208-57, RG n. 29.900.104-0 SSP/SP, domiciled in the city of São Paulo – SP, at Rua Funchal, n. 160. Also remuneration was approved for each member of the Fiscal Council, as set out in paragraph 3 of article 162 of Law 6.404/76, corresponding to 10% (ten per cent) of the average remuneration of the Director of the Company.

CLOSING OF THE MEETING AND TRANSCRIPTION AND READING OF THE MINUTES: With nothing more to be discussed the meeting was closed, of which the present minutes were drafted, which were read, approved and signed by all those present. The present minutes publication is authorized with omission of the signatures of the shareholders, as authorized by article 130, paragraph 2, of Law 6.404/76. São Paulo, April 19, 2011.

Shareholders:

(a) CAMARGO CORRÊA INVESTIMENTOS EM INFRA-ESTRUTURA S.A., by Mrs.. Milian Midori Nakamura Matsuda;

(b) VBC ENERGIA S.A., by Mrs. Milian Midori Nakamura Matsuda;

(c) ANDRADE GUTIERREZ CONCESSÕES S.A., by Mr. Sérgio Ricardo Penteado de Aguiar;

(d) CONSTRUTORA ANDRADE GUTIERREZ S.A., by Mr. Sérgio Ricardo Penteado de Aguiar;

(e) AGC PARTICIPAÇÕES LTDA, by Mr. Sérgio Ricardo Penteado de Aguiar;
(f) SOARES PENIDO CONCESSÕES S.A., by Mrs. Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’Anna;

(g) SOARES PENIDO OBRAS CONSTRUÇÕES E INVESTIMENTOS LTDA, by Mr. Mauro Martin Costa;

(h) AGUILHA PARTICIPAÇÕES E EMPREENDIMENTOS LTDA, by Mrs. Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’Anna and by Mr. Sérgio Ricardo Penteado de Aguiar;

(i) EDUARDO BORGES DE ANDRADE, by Mr. Sérgio Ricardo Penteado de Aguiar;

(j) PAULO ROBERTO RECKZIEGEL GUEDES, by Mr. Sérgio Ricardo Penteado de Aguiar;

(k)
1. ABU DAHABI RETIREMENT AND BENEFITS FUND;
2. ADVANCED SERIES TRUST – AST ACADEMIC STRAT ASSET ALLOC PORTFOLIO;
3. ADVANCED SERIES TRUST – AST INTERNATIONAL GROWTH PORTFOLIO;
4. ADVANCED SERIES TRUST – AST PARAMETRIC EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY PORTFOLIO;
5. ALAMEDA COUNTY EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION;
6. ALLIANCEBERNSTEIN INTERNATIONAL GROWTH FUND, INC;
7. ALLIANZ INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT FUNDS – ALLIANZ RCM BRAZIL FUND;
8. ALPINE GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND;
9. AMERICAN FUNDS INSURANCE SERIES – NEW WORLD FUND;
10. AMUNDI;
11. AT&T UNION WELFARE BENEFIT TRUST;
12. ATWILL HOLDINGS LIMITED;
13. BELL ATLANTIC MASTER TRUST;
14. BELLSOUTH CORPORATION RFA VEBA TRUST FOR NON-REPRESENTABLE EMPLOYEES;
15. BELLSOUTH CORPORATION RFA VEBA TRUST;
16. BEST INVESTMENT CORPORATION;
17. BGI EMERGING MARKETS STRATEGIC INSIGHTS FUND LTD;
18. BLACKROCK INSTITUTIONAL TRUST COMPANY, N.A.;
19. BLACKROCK LATIN AMERICAN FUND, INC;
20. BLACKROCK KOREA LATIN AMERICAN FUND-MASTER;
21. BMF HOLDINGS LIMITED;
22. BMO GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND;
23. BMO HARRIS EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY PORTFOLIO;
24. BROOKFIELD REDDING GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS, LP;
25. BT PENSION SCHEME;
26. CADMOS FUND MANAGEMENT – GUILÉ EMERGING MARKETS ENGAGEMENT FUND;
27. CAISSE DE DEPOT ET PLACEMENT DU QUEBEC;
28. CANADA PENSION PLAN INVESTMENT BOARD;
29. CAPITAL GUARDIAN ALL COUNTRY WORLD (EX-US) EQUITY MASTER FUND;
30. CAPITAL GUARDIAN ALL COUNTRY WORLD (EX-US) EQUITY FUND FOR TAX-EXEMPT TRUST;
31. CAPITAL GUARDIAN ALL COUNTRY WORLD EQUITY F FOR TAX-EXEMPT TRUSTS;
32. CAPITAL GUARDIAN ALL COUNTRY WORLD EQUITY MASTER FUND;
33. CAPITAL GUARDIAN EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY MASTER FUND;
34. CAPITAL GUARDIAN EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY DC MASTER FUND;
35. CAPITAL GUARDIAN EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY FUND FOR TAX-EXEMPT TRUSTS;
36. CAPITAL GUARDIAN EMERGING MARKETS RESTRICTED EQUITY FUND FOR TAX-EXEMPT TRUSTS;
37. CAPITAL GUARDIAN EMERGING MARKETS TOTAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND FOR TAX-EX TR;
38. CAPITAL GUARDIAN EMERGING MARKETS TOTAL OPPORTUNITIES MASTER FUND;
39. CAPITAL GUARDIAN EMERGING MARKETS TOTAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND;
40. CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL – INTERNATIONAL EQUITY;
41. CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
42. CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL FUND;
43. CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL FUND JAPAN;
44. CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL PORTFOLIOS;
45. CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES;
46. CIBC EMERGING MARKETS INDEX FUND;
47. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM;
48. CIKK FUND – CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL ALL COUNTRIES FUND;
49. COHEN & STEERS GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND, INC.;
50. COHEN & STEERS INFRASTRUCTURE FUND, INC.;
51. COHEN AND STEERS GLOBAL LISTED INFRASTRUCTURE FUND;
52. COLLEGE RETIREMENT EQUITIES FUND;
53. COMMONWEALTH GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND 3;
54. CORNELL UNIVERSITY;
55. COUNTY EMPLOYEES ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND OF THE COOK COUNTY;
56. COX ENTERPRISES INC MASTER TRUST;
57. DELAWARE POOLED TRUST – THE EMERGING MARKETS PORTFOLIO;
58. DRIEHAUS EMERGING MARKETS GROWTH FUND;
59. EATON VANCE COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT TRUST FOR EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLANS – EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY FUND;
60. EATON VANCE CORP;
61. EATON VANCE PARAMETRIC STRUCTURED EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
62. EATON VANCE PARAMETRIC TAX-MANAGED EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
63. EMERGING MARKETS GROWTH FUND INC;
64. EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY GROUP TRUST;
65. EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY TRUST 4;
66. EMERGING MARKETS INDEX FUND E;
67. EMERGING MARKETS SUDAN FREE EQUITY INDEX FUND;
68. ENVIRONMENT AGENCY ACTIVE PENSION FUND;
69. F&C COMMINGLED FUND II LIMITED – F&C EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY ESG;
70. F&C COMMINGLED FUND II LIMITED – F&C EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY ESG SCREENED;
71. FIDELITY FIXED-INCOME TRUST: FIDELITY SERIES GLOBAL EX U.S. INDEX FUND;
72. FIDELITY INVESTMENT TRUST: LATIN AMERICA FUND;
73. FIDELITY LATIN AMERICA FUND;
74. FIDELITY SUMMER STREET TRUST: FIDELITY EXPORT & MULTINATIONAL FUND;
75. FINDLAY PARK AMERICAN SMALLER COMPANIES FUND;
76. FINDLAY PARK LATIN AMERICAN FUND;
77. FIRE & POLICE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM, CITY OF BALTIMORE;
78. FIRST AMERICAN INVESTMENT FUNDS, INC. – INTERNATIONAL SELECT FUND;
79. FIRST INITIATIVES INSURANCE, LTD;
80. FIRST TRUST BICK INDEX FUND;
81. FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED PENSION TRUST;
82. FORMULA INVESTING INTERNATIONAL VALUE 400 FUND;
83. FORWARD GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND;
84. FSP SELECT INDUSTRIAL;
85. GENERAL CONFERENCE CORPORATION OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST;
86. GLOBAL X BRAZIL MID CAP ETF;
87. H.E.S.T. AUSTRALIA;
88. HEALTH SUPER FUND;
89. HERMES INVESTMENT FUNDS PLC ON BEHALF OF HERMES GLOBAL EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
90. IBM SAVINGS PLAN;
91. IDF INVESTMENT FOUNDATION;
92. ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF INVESTMENT;
93. IMPERIAL EMERGING ECONOMIES POOL;
94. ING BEWAAR MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V.;
95. ING EMERGING COUNTRIES FUND;
96. ING INTERNATIONAL CORE FUND;
97. ING WISDOMTREE GLOBAL HIGH – YIELDING EQUITY INDEX PORTFOLIO;
98. INTERNATIONAL GROWTH AND INCOME FUND, INC;
99. IOWA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM;
100. ISHARES II PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY;
101. ISHARES III PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY;
102. ISHARES MSCI BRAZIL (FREE) INDEX FUND;
103. ISHARES MSCI BRIC INDEX FUND;
104. ISHARES MSCI BRIC INDEX FUND;
105. ISHARES MSCI EMERGING MARKETS INDEX FUND;
106. ISHARES PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY;
107. JAPAN TRUSTEE SERVICES BANK, LTD. RE: STB EMERGING MARKETS HIGH DIVIDEND EQUITY MOTHER FUND;
108. JAPAN TRUSTEE SERVICES BANK, LTD. AS TRUSTEE FOR CMA BARING EMERGING EQUITY MOTHER FUND;
109. JNL/CAPITAL GUARDIAN GLOBAL BALANCED FUND;
110. JNL/CAPITAL GUARDIAN GLOBAL DIVERSIFIED RESEARCH FUND;
111. JNL/LAZARD EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
112. JOHN DEERE PENSION TRUST;
113. JOHN HANCOCK FUNDS II INTERNATIONAL EQUITY INDEX FUND;
114. JOHN HANCOCK TRUST CORE ALLOCATION PLUS TRUS;
115. JOHN HANCOCK TRUST INTERNATIONAL EQUITY INDEX TRUST A;
116. JOHN HANCOCK TRUST INTERNATIONAL EQUITY INDEX TRUST B;
117. JP MORGAN BRAZIL EQUITY MASTER INVESTMENT TRUST;
118. KANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM;
119. KODAK RETIREMENT INCOLE PLAN;
120. LAUDUS INTERNATIONAL MARKET MASTERS FUND;
121. LAUDUS MONDRIAN EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
122. LAUDUS MONDRIAN INSTITUTIONAL EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
123. LAZARD EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
124. LAZARD EMERGING MARKETS GROWTH FUND;
125. LAZARD EMERGING MARKETS INSTITUTIONAL TRUST;
126. LAZARD GLOBAL ACTIVE FUNDS, PLC;
127. LAZARD RETIREMENT EMERGING MARKETS PORTFOLIO OF THE LAZARD RETIREMENT SERIES, INC.;
128. LAZARD / WILMINGTON COLLECTIVE TRUST;
129. LLOYD GEORGE INVESTMENT COMPANY LLC;
130. MACQUAIRE INVEST MGT LTD AS RESP ENT FOR W M P (AUS) – EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY PORTFOLIO;
131. MACQUAIRE INVEST MGT LTD AS RESP ENT FOR W M P (AUS) – GLOBAL CONTRARIAN EQUITY PORTFOLIO;
132. MANAGED PENSION FUNDS LIMITED;
133. MGI FUNDS – MGI NON-US CORE EQUITY FUND;
134. MINISTRY OF STRETEGY AND FINANCE;
135. MORGAN STANLEY GLOBAL STRATEGIST FUND;
136. MORGAN STANLEY INSTITUTIONAL FUND, INC, ACTIVE INTERNATIONAL ALLOCATION PORTFOLIO;
137. MORGAN STANLEY INTERNATIONAL FUND;
138. MORGAN STANLEY INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT ACTIVE INTERNATIONAL ALLOCATION TRUST;
139. NATIONAL GRID UK PENSION SCHEME TRUSTEE LIMITED;
140. NEW ZEALAND SUPERANNUATION FUND;
141. NEW WORLD FUND INC;
142. NORGES BANK;
143. NORTHERN TRUST QUANTITATIVE FUND PLC;
144. NORTHERN TRUST NON-UCITS COMMON CONTRACTUAL FUND;
145. OLEARY GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE YIELD FUND;
146. OLEARY GLOBAL YIELD OPPORTUNITIES FUND;
147. OLEARY HARD ASSET INCOME FUND;
148. OMERS ADMINISTRATION CORPORATION;
149. ONTARIO PENSION BOARD;
150. OPENWORLD PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY;
151. PANAGORA GROUP TRUST;
152. PPL SERVICES CORPORATION MASTER TRUST;
153. PRUDENTIAL INVESTMENT PORTFOLIOS, INC 10 – PRUDENTIAL JENNISON EQUITY INCOME FUND;
154. PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF MISSISSIPI;
155. PYRAMIS GLOBAL EX U.S. INDEX FUND LP;
156. RAILWAYS PENSION TRUSTEE COMPANY LIMITED;
157. RARE SERIES EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
158. RERE SERIES VALUE FUND;
159. REGIME DE RETRAITE DU PERSONNEL DES CPE ET DES GARDERIES PRIVEES CONVENTIONNEES DU QUEBEC;
160. RETAIL EMPLOYEES SUPERANNUATION PTY LIMITED;
161. ROBECO CAPITAL GROWTH FUNDS;
162. ROBECO GLOBAL EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY FUND II;
163. ROCHE US DB PLANS MASTER TRUST;
164. ROGERSCASEY TARGET SOLUTIONS, LLC;
165. RUSSEL INVESTMENT COMPANY PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY;
166. SANOFI-AVENTIS US PENSION TRUST;
167. SCHWAB EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY ETF;
168. SCHWAB FUNDAMENTAL EMERGING MARKETS INDEX FUND;
169. SOUTHERN CA EDISON CO NUCLEAR FAC QUAL CPUC DECOM M T FOR SAN ONOFRE AND PALO VERDE NUC GEN STATION;
170. SOUTHERN COMPANY SYSTEM MASTER RETIREMENT TRUST;
171. SSGA EMERGING MARKETS INDEX PLUS NON-LENDING COMMON TRUST FUND;
172. SSGA MSCI BRAZIL INDEX NON LENDING QP COMMON TRUST FUND;
173. STATE OF CALIFORNIA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM;
174. STATE OF NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL RETIREMENT BOARD;
175. STATE OF WYOMING, STATE TREASURER;
176. STATE STREET EMERGING MARKETS;
177. STICHTING CUSTODY ROBECO INSTITUTIONAL RE: ROBECO INSTITUTIONEEL EMERGING MARKETS FONDS;
178. STICHTING DOW PENSIOENFONDS;
179. STICHTING DEPOSITARY APG EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY POOL;
180. STICHTING F&C MULTI MANAGER EMERGING EQUITY ACTIVE;
181. T. ROWE PRICE FUNDS SICAV;
182. T. ROWE PRICE INTERNATIONAL FUNDS: T. ROWE PRICE LATIN AMERICA FUND;
183. T. ROWE PRICE RETIREMENT DATE TRUST;
184. TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF TEXAS;
185. THE BARING EMERGING MARKETS UMBRELLA FUND, SUB FUND, EMERGING OPPORTUNITIES FUND;
186. THE BARING EMERGING MARKETS UMBRELLA FUND, SUB FUND, THE BARING GLOBAL EMERGING MARKETS FUND;
187. THE BARING EM M UMBRELLA FUND, SUB FUND, THE BAR LATIN AMERICA;
188. THE CALIFORNIA STATE TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM;
189. THE INCOME FUND OF AMERICA, INC;
190. THE JAMES IRVINE FOUNDATION;
191. THE LAZARD FUNDS INC;
192. THE MASTER TRUST BANK OF JAPAN, LTD. AS TRUSTEE FOR PINEBRIDGE EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY MOTHER FD II;
193. THE MASTER TRUST BANK OF JAPAN, LTD. AS TRUSTEE OF MTB400035139;
194. THE MONETARY AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE;
195. THE NOMURA TRUST AND BANKING CO., NIPPON COMGEST EMERGING MARKETS MOTHER FUND;
196. THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO;
197. THE PENSION RESERVES INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT BOARD;
198. THE PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD COLLEGE;
199. THE PRUDENTIAL SERIES FUND, INC. – GLOBAL PORTFOLIO;
200. THE PRUDENTIAL SERIES FUND, INC. – SP INTERNATIONAL GROWTH PORTFOLIO;
201. THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND PLC AS DEP OF JPM EM MKTS INFR FUND;
202. THE SAN FRANCISCO CITY AND COUNTY EMPLOYEES RET;
203. THE STATE TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF OHIO;
204. THE VANTAGEPOINT FUNDS;
205. THREADNEEDLE (LUX);
206. THREADNEEDLE INVESTMENT FUNDS ICVC;
207. TIAA-CREF FUNDS – TIAA-CREF EM M EQUITY FUND;
208. TIAA-CREF FUNDS – TIAA-CREF EM M EQUITY INDEX FUND;
209. TRADITIONAL FD PLC – GL EMERG MARKETS FD;
210. TREASURY GROUP INVEST SERV LTD AS RESPONSIBLE ENTITY FOR THE TRILOGY EMERGING MARKETS EQUITIES FUND;
211. TREASURY GROUP INVEST SERVICES LTD AS RESPONSIBLE ENTITY FOR THE RARE INFRASTRUCTURE VALUE FUND;
212. TRUST & CUSTODY SERVICES BANK, LTD. AS TRUSTEE FOR GLOBAL HIGH YIELDING PURE INFRA MOTHER FUND;
213. TRW AUTOMOTIVE DEFINED BENEFIT MASTER TRUST;
214. UNIVERSITIES SUPERANNUATION SCHEME LTD;
215. U.S. GLOBAL INVESTORS FUNDS – GLOBAL MEGA TRENDS F;
216. UBS PACE INTERNATIONAL EMERGING MARKETS EQUITY INVESTMENTS;
217. UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION MASTER RETIREMENT TRUST;
218. UNIVERSITY OD PITTSBURGH MEDICAL CENTER SYSTEM;
219. VANGUARD EMERGING MARKETS STOCK INDEX FUND;
220. VANGUARD FTSE ALL-WORLD EX-US INDEX FUND, A SERIES OF VANGUARD INTERNATIONAL EQUITY INDEX FUNDS;
221. VANGUARD TOTAL WORLD STOCK INDEX FUND, A SERIES OF VANGUARD INTERNATIONAL EQUITY INDEX FUNDS;
222. VANGUARD TOTAL INTERN STOCK INDEX FUND, A SERIES OF VANGUARD STAR FDS;
223. VANGUARD INVESTMENT SERIES, PLC;
224. WASHINGTON STATE INVESTMENT BOARD;
225. WELLINGTON MANAGEMENT PORTFOLIOS (DUBLIN) P.L.C.;
226. WELLINGTON TRUST COMPANY N.A.;
227. WEST VIRGINIA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT BOARD;
228. WHEELS COMMON INVESTMENT FUND;
229. WILLIAM BLAIR EMERGING LEADERS GROWTH FUND;
230. WILLIAM BLAIR EMERGING MARKETS GROETH FUND;
231. WILLIAM BLAIR INSTITUTIONAL INTERNATIONAL GROWTH FUND;
232. WILMINGTON INTERNATIONAL EQUITY FUND SELECT, L.P.;
233. WILMINGTON MULTI-MANAGER INTERNATIONAL FUND;
234. WUT63;
235. XEROX CANADA EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT PLAN; by Mr. Rodrigo de Mesquita Pereira.

I certify that the present is a reliable and authentic copy of the minutes of the Ordinary General Meeting, held on April 19, 2011, drafted in the “General Meetings Minutes Record Book”, publishing authorized.

Mr. Leandro Luiz Zancan
Secretary