Felipe Montoro Jens IDB and financial private sector safety nets

Mr. Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, Luis Caputo The minister of finance and chairman of the Board of Directors, Luis Alberto Moreno the president of the Inter-American Development Bank and Garrido Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support from Spain were among the governors at this year’s special governors meeting the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) meeting in Mendoza, Argentina on March 24th. Felipe Montoro Jens, the infrastructure specialist, and a reporter was in attendance also. The main topic of discussion was the economy and infrastructure project implementation and strategies. Read more about Montoro Jens at mundodomarketing.com

Felipe Montoro Jens reports on many public-private-partnerships being implemented particularly in Brazil. Felipe Montoro Jens reported on a $44 billion investment by the government that was used to implement many PPPs and was managed by the government agency Program of Partnerships and Investments (PPI). A major setback that has slowed progress in the private investors taking too much risk. Mr. Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management talked about this as being a serious problem. Dyogo wanted the IDB to help implement some safety nets for private investors to keep the PPPs implementing infrastructure projects, which are really needed. The industrial revolution is underway, and Oliveira said there are many infrastructure projects needed to support the revolution including road and sanitation improvements.

Luis Caputo the minister of finance and chairman of the Board of Directors agreed with Dyogo Oliveira and there is a need for safety measures to help encourage the private players to invest more in PPPs. Felipe Montoro Jens reported everyone in one or another wanted more to be implemented regarding infrastructure. The president of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno was no acceptation. Luis Alberto Moreno was concerned with improving the transportation channels between the countries in South America. The Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support, Garrido spoke about investment hitting Brazil first because they have such a dynamic and important economy.

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