Felipe Montoro Jens reports on plans for economic development
The annual gathering of the governor’s meeting this year in Mendoza, Argentina. The meeting is titled The Inter-American Development Bank meeting. As in past meetings, the topic of discussion centered on economic development throughout South America. The attendees at the meeting this year consisted of many of the top officials. Felipe Montoro Jens, the infrastructure specialist, and the reporter was also in attendance at this year’s meeting that took place on March 24th. Felipe Montoro Jens reported since the December 2004 Federal Law 11,079 / 04 that outlines the rules and regulations regarding the formulation of public-private partnerships, there has been a drastic increase in the number of PPPs. In Belo Horizonte, there is currently a plan to implement the 20-year project. This project is to upgrade over 182,000 lights. The lights will be upgraded from the old less efficient to the more efficient LED lights. Visit on his twitter account for more updates
At this year’s meeting, many of the governors discussed the slowing of public-private-partnerships. The Minister of planning development and management, Dyogo Oliveira discussed many issues affecting the progress of infrastructure projects. Is the professional opinion of the minister to the IDB to invest more in studies to identify the financial safety net for private investors. This is also the professional opinion of the Minister of Finance, who is also the chairman of the board of directors, Luis Caputo.
The president of the Inter-American Development Bank Luis Alberto Moreno was concerned with the capability of transportation between the different countries that make up South America? Felipe Montoro Jens Reported earlier this year of the plans to implement it 800-kilometer roadwork construction project. There are plans to repave the BR 153 in the beach are BR 364. Felipe had reported earlier this year the plans of more infrastructure be implemented at the end of 2018. The Secretary of State for economy and business support from Spain Irene Garrido assured Brazil would be the first to get all investments. Read more: https://www.mundodomarketing.com.br/noticias-corporativas/conteudo/160655/investimentos-em-infraestrutura-sao-peca-chave-para-que-mato-grosso-amplie-sua-exportacao-de-soja-destaca-felipe-montoro-jens