Felipe Montoro Jens detail reports of R$44 billion government investments

According to Felipe Montoro Jens, there are plans for an investment of R $ 44 billion slated to be pumped directly into the Brazilian economy. The Brazilian government created the Investment Partnerships Program (PPI) in an effort to strengthen the economic relationships between the public and private sectors. The Investment Partnership Program has the intentions of generating jobs through the partnership forged between private entities and government officials.

It was announced this stimulus is set to included 57 projects, encompassing 22 sectors. The government of Brazil announced this project is not set to be initiated until the second half of this year 2018. Infraero, was founded in 1978, is a government corporation or a state owned enterprise, currently responsible for managing 63 airports all over Brazil. Felipe Montoro Jens has been able to obtain a list including several airport terminal projects, and infrastructure projects. The Ministry of Transportation announced plans for an 800 kilometer highway stretch to get a total facelift. BR-364 is on the list along with highway BR-153. Brazilian highway 364, connects Porto Velho, RO to Comodoro, MT and Brazilian highway 153 is the major road that connects Anapolis, GO and Alianca, TO. The biding will be made available for the following airport terminals as part of the plans of the PPI ;Victoria (ES), Belem (PA), Paranagua (PR), Vila do Conde (PA), Macae (RJ), Victoria (ES), VarzeaGrande (MT), Joao Pessoa (PB), Altoa Floresta, and Rondonopolis (MT), Aracaju (SE), and Juazerio do Norte (CE) according to Felipe Montoro Jens. Visit consultasocio.com to learn more

In addition to the highway and airport projects, Felipe Montoro Jens reported, there are also plans to sell the other government owned companies. The current Minister of the Secretary General of the Presidency, Moreira Franco mentioned the Mint, Ceasaminas, Casemg and Docks of Espirito will be sold. Mr. Franco explained the decision to sell the Mint is due to the advance technology.

See: http://frenchtribune.com/teneur/25613-felipe-montoro-jens-details-his-vision-future-brazils-privately-owned-corporations

 

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