Special Boards of Governors sit down to talk when something big is in the oven. In Argentina, such a meeting occurred recently, and the Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) were there to discuss private investments of the infrastructure department of Brazil. In the house was, DyogoOliviera, in charge of the Ministry of Planning and development. Dyogo was quick to point out that what the country needed was financial security. For infrastructure to be at the desired level in Brazil, he was confident that private firms’ investments needed to be in play as they alone would help provide the financial security that Brazil was in dire need of at during that period.
Private firms were also backed up by the Minister of Finance, Luis Caputo, who urged the banking and finance sector to consider working with the private sector if progress was to be noted. Sentiments shared by Dyogo too. Felipe Montoro Jens was in the meeting, and the fact that he is an infrastructure specialist made him the best person to report on the matters arising. Brazil is a country with the most potential in Latin America and investing in it is a worthy venture, thought the Secretary of State for Economy of Spain. Visit infomoney.com to learn more.
The infrastructure industry of Brazil is aiming at a 4.0 revolution. In respect to that it requires support from the private sector, the banks, and any other financier if it is to measure up to the standards. Good infrastructure is part of the big picture towards Brazil attaining the fourth industrial revolution.
Brazil faces challenges such as poor infrastructure, low investments, water supply problems and proper sanitation. The governors thought that the problems need addressing too. Brazil is looking to partner with other countries to work on higher investments for their dreams.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Felipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure specialist of Brazilian origin. He is responsible for reporting on meetings about infrastructure in the country, such as the one above. He currently works on lighting and infrastructure developments in Brazil. His reports help the business world to understand their country’s progress steps in the present and where the country is headed in future. He is a force to reckon in Brazil and his contributions are easily notable wherever he goes. View: http://www.felipemontorojens.com.br/