Felipe Montoro Jens reports on the Special Meeting of Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). In this meeting Brazil is discussing the increasing numbers of private investments in infrastructure in Brazilian countries, and the route to putting additional support measures in place for these infrastructure projects in Brazilian countries.
There has been substantial progress made in attempts to align with internationally accepted policy and other requirements of greater performing institutions by the IDB. These developments include about 1000 Public-Private Partnerships for public works (PPP) infrastructure, and roads and sanitation for water now projects. Read more about Jens at Exame
These accomplishments are leading the IDB up to the next goal which is to meet and exceed requirements that promote gain, and influence growth throughout the Industry 4.0 revolution. With focus on the regional investment markets, Garrido, Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support of Spain, sees Brazil as the Capital of Spanish investments. He stands behind the calculated potential that these private investment markets possess.
Felipe Montoro Jens reports that attaining this seamless continuity of infrastructure with other countries is the goal, or the ‘Latin American challenge’ per Luis Alberto Moreno. Dyogo Oliveira, Minister of Planning, Development and Management for the IDB, is in favor of developments to promote, attract and leverage infrastructure projects to Latin America. Stating, “I propose that the IDB promote the studies that point to more efficient solutions for project risk management and facilitate the leverage of private investments in the region.” All seem to agree that there is a thriving private investment market that is a promising investment for the IBD.