Felipe Montoro Jens details various PPPs

Brazil passing the federal law detailing public private partnerships back in December 2004 was an indicator of the country’s plans of an aggressive nationwide campaign to implement public private partnerships. Federal law No. 11,079 outlined the basic regulations on the lawful implementation of public private partnerships. Felipe Montoro Jens has been working in the financial sectors for over 25 years, and is a reporter and the current Chief Executive Officer of Odebrecht Properties. Read more at Exame about Felipe Montoro Jens

Felipe Montoro Jens reported details on the various efforts by the federal government of Brazil to initiate more public private partnerships to help the economic situation. Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens understands how public private partnerships can help the economy by lowering the federal deficit, creating jobs, and help complete expensive infrastructure projects. Public private partnerships really allows the country to benefit from advantages of both government officials and private sector leaders.

Felipe Montoro Jens reported on a four state effort in Northeastern area of Brazil currently planning public private partnerships. In the states of Bahia, Piaui, Maranhao, and Pernambuco are all implementing public private partnerships in the sanitation sector, technology sector and private prisons construction projects.

Felipe Montoro Jens also detailed the plans of the Brazilian government to create 57 projects with an investment of R $ 44 billion. Felipe Montoro Jens reported these 57 projects are going to include 22 sectors, scheduled for initiation during the last three months of 2018. The Brazilian enterprise Mint, who is responsible for printing the currency and other government documents will be auctioned off to the private sector late 2018. Felipe Montoro Jens reported by selling the Mint, it will have access to better technology tools. There is also road construction projects scheduled for the end of 2018, the BR 153 and BR 364 are scheduled. The Program of Partnerships and Investments (PPI) will be responsible for managing the investment funding and project implementations. Learn more: http://frenchtribune.com/teneur/25613-felipe-montoro-jens-details-his-vision-future-brazils-privately-owned-corporations

 

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