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Felipe Montoro Jens Report on the Proceedings of an Infrastructural Meeting.

Felipe Montor Jens expert in infrastructure. In March this year, the governors of the Inter-American Development Bank called for a special meeting. They met in Mendoza, Argentina. One of the speakers at the event was the Brazilian minister of Planning and Development, Dyogo Oliveira. When he was given a chance to speak, he talked about why the government had allowed a high number of private investments in infrastructure. According to him, there was a need for the Brazilian government to join hands with the private sector in developing the infrastructure in the country as a way of boosting trade and economic growth. Visit on his twitter account for more updates

The minister of Planning and Development explained the measures the government had put in place to facilitate the public-private partnerships in infrastructure. One of the initiatives includes the creation of mechanisms for financial guarantee that encourage private investments in Latin America. The minister urged the Inter-American Bank to facilitate the studies that equip the learners with the skills needed come up with better solutions managing the prevailing risks in infrastructural projects. According to him, this would help to promote the growth of private investments in infrastructure.

The president of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Caputo also supported the statements made by Dyogo Oliveira on facilitating private investments in Latin America. Spain’s secretary for Economy pointed out that there were many economic changes in the region. According to him, Spain considered Brazil as a good investment destination due its conducive business environment. The Brazilian minister urged the Inter-American Development Bank to work with other countries to invest in Brazil as this would help in the realization of the fourth industrial revolution. Every country aims at improving the condition of its roads networks and the provision of clean water for consumption. Luis Caputo encouraged the countries in Latin America to facilitate trade among them by converging their infrastructure. 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