In March 2018 the Inter-American Development Bank held a Special Meeting of the Governors. This meeting took place in Mendoza, Argentina, and someone that has specialized in infrastructure projects, Felipe Montoro Jens was on hand to report on what was discussed and the conclusions they arrived at. He said that one of the highlights was Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development and Management, strenuously made the point that that private investment in infrastructure projects in his country, Brazil, was critical for getting these types of projects completed. He particularly emphasized that governments needed to put in place financial guarantee mechanisms in order to get private entities to invest in these types of projects. Read This Article at mundodomarketing.com to learn more.
Luis Caputo also took part in this meeting. He is Argentina’s finance minister. He also leads the Bank’s Board of Governors as its chairman. He agreed with Dyogo Oliveira according to Felipe Montoro Jens. He says that Oliveira also made the argument that the Industry 4.0 revolution was already on the way. He said that it is very important to build roads and improve sanitation in Latin America. However, it is equally important to build modern infrastructure which is required in order for this revolution to take place and advance these countries economies.
Felipe Montoro Jens says that the people meeting at this conference believe that there should be much better connectivity between the countries that make up Latin America. They should converge their infrastructure so that it all operates more efficiently. Presently there isn’t enough being done in regards to this which is holding this region of the world back. Luis Alberto Moreno is the president of the Inter-American Development Bank. He argued that without needed infrastructure development there was no way they could get past the obstacles that stand in the way in regards to growth.
They finished out the meeting talking about how Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are being used throughout Brazil to build public works projects to good effect. Looking throughout Latin America as well as the Carribean they said that there have been around 1,000 of these PPP projects which total around $360 billion in investments. Visit: http://www.consultasocio.com/q/sa/felipe-montoro-jens