Felipe Montoro Jens’ Expertise in Infrastructure
A meeting was conveyed a month ago IN Mendoza, Argentina. The meeting was attended by the governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). Dyogo Oliveira who was the Minister of Planning, Development and Management was present, and he took that opportunity to defend the increase of private investments mainly in the infrastructure projects in Brazil. Follow Felipe on Twitter
Dyogo brought forth the need for creating financial guarantee methods which were able to control the private investments taking place in infrastructure projects primarily around the Latin-America, said Felipe Montoro Jens. The Minister suggested that the IDB should find ways to promote studies which aim at providing solutions which are efficient for project risk management and also facilitate private investments leveraging within the region.
Felipe Montoro further stated that the Finance Minister of Argentina agreed with the idea that IDB should work towards leveraging investments within Latin-America. He decided on this together with the Minister of Planning.
Felipe Montoro further highlighted the opinion of the IDB President, Luis Alberto Moreno that the challenges in Latin-America refer to coming together of infrastructure as well improving the connectivity between countries and this will have a limitation when it comes to development and it will be hard to grow without the existence of all this.
The IDB has brought new policies to deal with equality in gender and the increasing social demands together with the sustainability of the environment which will assist in the execution of projects. Felipe Montoro explains how Brazil has managed to make Public-Private Partnerships and all this is in line with the best practices within the country and they follow the guidelines and actions which have been put in place by the IDB.
In His report, Felipe Montoro Jens stated that there had been numerous developments valued at $360 billion related to Public-Private Partnerships within the Caribbean and Latin America. But these developments have also faced difficulties because many projects are not able to maintain private capital. Read more: http://maringa.odiario.com/politica/2018/03/veja-com-felipe-montoro-jens-cidade-mineira-investe-em-ppp-para-estimular-o-lazer-e-a-pratica-de-atividades-fisicas-da-populacao/2476577/