Felipe Montoro Jens speech During the IDB’s meeting

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Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister for Planning, Management, and Development, took the chance of defending the private sector for the high increase in infrastructure projects in Brazil. He did this during a meeting that took place in Mendoza, Argentina. It was a special meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank, which brought together all the governors.

He talked about the importance of coming up with financial guarantee mechanisms that are capable of leveraging the individual investments in the infrastructure projects for Latin America. Follow Felipe on Twitter

According to Oliveira, the IDB should promote education that aims at more solutions that are effective for a project risk managing and facilitate the influence of the individual investments in the region.

Luis Caputo, Argentina’s finance minister and president of the Banks’ Board of Governors, seconded Oliveira in his point that stated the IDB should consider leveraging the private investment in Latin America.

Felipe Montoro Jens reported that Garrido who is the secretary of State for Economy and Business Support of Spain had earlier on emphasized on the vigor of the markets in the region. He also highlighted Brazil as the perfect country for Spanish investment.

Minister Oliveira Dyogo feels that there is the need for the new investments from other countries, to be supported by the IDB. It is essential because the new investments will be able to face the 4.0 industry revolution, which is already coming. He said that the challenge they were facing was building the sanitation and roads in the country with the aim of providing water to the people. Oliveira saw it best if they also invest in a better infrastructure with the objective of promoting the fourth industrial revolution.

Felipe Montoro reported that, according to Luis Alberto Moreno, the Latin American challenge means, and the convergence of infrastructure and the improvement of connectivity among nations. Luis Alberto, who is the Banks chairperson, continued to stress that the region would not be in a position of achieving the necessary development so that they could overcome hindering growth without this. View: https://ideamensch.com/felipe-montoro-jens/