In Mendoza city of Argentina, there was a meeting that was held by Inter-American Development Bank. Among the members of the meeting was the Project Development Expert, Felipe Montoro Jens. The president of the bank in Argentina, Luis Alberto was there and he was the chairman of the Board of Governors meeting. The bank’s minister who majors in the planning, development and management Dyogo Oliveira also attended the meeting. The meeting report was later discussed by Felipe Montoro Jens. Learn more about Felipe Montoro Jens at terra.com
During the meeting, Dyogo Oliveira who is the minister defended the private investments projects which were said to have increased within the country. He added by emphasizing that it is very important to create a mechanism which has a guarantee of finance so that it can have the abilities to leverage the private investments of infrastructural projects that are in Latin America. He also talked about the bank being involved in the promotion of the education sector and it will have that ability to pinpoint better solutions that are effective in the risk management projects. The education sector promotion will also have the ability in leveraging the private investments within the region. The countries will be requiring new investments and the bank should give a support on the matter. By doing so, they will have what it needs to face the 4.0 industrial revolution which is seen coming. During the early period, the major challenges were coming from the road network and requirement of sanitized water for the people. It is now that they have to do considerations of the modern infrastructures and they will be able to promote industrial revolution that is coming.
He also talked about the Public-Private partnership that is taking place in Brazil. It is an alignment that the government of Brazil has taken in the financing of the infrastructure and development of the country. This can be the best strategy for the regional countries. He talked about last year where Inter-American Development bank had loaned Brazil $12.9 billion US dollars for the Public-Private Projects taking place. It was an increment from the other year of 2016 by 20 percent.
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