There was a special meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank on March 24 in regards to the importance of providing methods for financial gain through the means of generating leverage for infrastructure investments within the whole Latin America. Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, defended this matter very well during the meeting when he started this topic because of the huge increase of Brazil’s private investments in the infrastructure market. This was fully reported and documented by Felipe Montoro Jens, an expert in infrastructure and its project development. Read more about Montoro Jens at mundodomarketing.com
Felipe Montoro Jens stated in his report that Luis Alberto Moreno, President of the IDB, is proposing to improve communications between countries in order to fully challenge the convergence of infrastructure within Latin America since he views that investments are not the big issue here. However, he is also aware at the same time that investments are crucially needed to continue the projects. But due to concerns about the world’s modern ecosystem, IDB is being ordered by the president to be concerned about the sustainability of the environment once these projects are set in motion.
Montoro Jens also added to his report that Brazil is already making various PPPs for different public projects. This indicates that the Public-Private Partnerships done by the government of Brazil is actually benefiting the country in terms of finances and infrastructure development, as it matches the needs of the country. Felipe Montoro Jens also states that this is great for building partnerships with Brazil when it comes to future investments. He also states that PPPs are being set in motion all over the Caribbean and Latin America as of now. But the main issue that they are facing is the lack of private capital needed. That’s why the private investments are being observed during the special meeting.