Felipe Montero Jens; Link Between Public And Private Sectors

Felipe Montero Jens is an individual who believes in the growth of the economy of Brazil. He takes a keen interest in the merging of both public and private partnerships of entities to better the lives of his fellow Brazilian citizens, evident through investments that he has done.He deals with taking initiatives and planning strategies, being the chairman of the Centro council. He was Chief Director of Braskem and Energia in South Africa.

On 24th March, the Governors of IDB held a meeting in Argentina’s city of Mendoza, a time when Dyogo Oliveira, supported the growth of Brazilian projects dealing with the infrastructure to be conducted privately, gaining support from Luis Caputo. Felipe Montero reported that Garrido, a Spanish State Secretary, saw Brazil’s markets as a priority for investment due to its ability to have continued change. Visit consultasocio.com to learn more

Felipe Montero reported that according to Albert Moreno, President of IDB, the challenge of Americans of Latin origin, referred to bringing together infrastructure and improving links with other countries to promote growth. IDB has developed policies of reinforcing equality of gender and sustainability of the environment in the process of carrying out the projects.He emphasized that Brazil made PPPs as was reported by Oliveira, set up at the Caribbean and in Latin America. According to an assessment done by the Planning Ministry, despite acquiring a rich history, most projects are unable to gather capital privately.

BINDES was to go into partnership with the Brazilian government, leading to the improvement of sanitation within the country. However, Edison Carlos stated that the bank needed managerial and structural changes, emphasizing the citizens’ importance in the participation of initiatives conducted by private sectors towards their wellbeing.

According to Felipe Montero, private companies dealing with water thrived in its shortages because they have resources. In return, this has led to the development of infrastructure and growth of the economy in comparison to the government sector. The government should form partnerships with private entities to seamlessly perform during demands for infrastructural growth. It should also ensure its agencies inspect all projects carried out by privately sponsored enterprises.

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