Brazil is the economic engine that fuels not only the local businesses but has an impact on the entire region. Felipe Montoro Jens is a reporter with years of experience in business on the international level and is a specialist on public-private partnerships and how they relate to infrastructure development. Felipe Montoro Jens has been able to report on many infrastructure projects in Brazil ranging from the various road construction projects to those involving the airline industry to LED public lighting projects. Despite the measurable success of these projects and the Brazilian government investing billions in more projects, many of them have stalled in recent months. These and other topics were discussed during the IDB meeting in Argentina on March 24th in Mendoza. The IDB is the Inter-American Development Bank meeting, and at the meeting, many higher-level government officials were in attendance this year. Visit consultasocio.com to learn more.
Felipe Montoro Jens reported in attendance was the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, Dyogo Oliveira. Also attending the meeting was the minister of finance and chairman of the Board of Directors, Luis Caputo and the president of the Inter-American Development Bank, Mr. Luis Alberto Moreno. From Spain was Mr. Garrido, who is the Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support. Felipe Montoro Jens reported each of the attendees shared their perspective on what is needed to help the economic situation in South America.
The Minister of Planning, Dyogo Oliveira made the case for more investments regarding private business owner to create programs to offer protection on their financial investments. Luis Caputo also spoke on the need brought up by Oliveira and specifically for the preparation of the industrial revolution. Luis Alberto Moreno focus of discussions was on those related to transportation between the many countries in South America, and how PPP is the perfect vehicle to implement these projects.