Felipe Montoro Jens and Why Private Investments in Infrastructure are Nation-building Necessities
Felipe Montoro Jens has recently been on the spotlight lately after he went to the Special Meeting of Governors at the IDB convention. It is in the convention that Mr. Jens agreed, together with Minister Dyogo Oliveira, that the private investments in Brazil should put much priority in infrastructure ventures.
The event happened last 24 March 2018, and the special meeting was able to gather all the expert input of most key shareholders in the different cuntries that do business with Brazil. Mr. Jens and most of the attendees converge to the idea that the increase in private investments in Brazil means more jobs for the country and more growth in Latin America. Visit mundodomarketing.com to learn more.
Mr. Jens relayed in an article at InfoMoney.com that the president of IDB or Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Albert Moreno, would have to agree that infrastructure growth attracts more investments in many regions. A boost in communications network, such as growth in Telco firms and upgrades in their offers, could also be a catalyst for reinforced development in Latin America.
What’s also great to highlight here is the fact that there are positive side effects to these infrastructure developments. When there’s more business in the country or region, there’s increased demand for more ethical practices, more sound programs and more justifable market changes. Environmental policies and gender equality issues would then get the faster traction that they need.
The execution of such infrastructure projects, Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens concurs, would have to align with the different countries’ financial goals and targets, and this means the actions of multilateral agencies in Brazil would also have to cactch up with the reforms. This would result to a more holistic kind of national development that’s highly sought after by the people. Another result of this would be an increased bond in the PPP or Public and Private Partnerships in the countries involved.