It is crystal clear, well, going by the National Confederation of Industry report provided by the Ministry of Planning that the Infrastructural sector is at the verge of collapsing. 2796 works have been interrupted where 517 of these are linked to the infrastructural sector. This to say the country has starred projects worth R$10.7 billion and Felipe Montoro Jens reports. Learn more about Felipe Montoro Jens at terra.com
These paralyzed works range from project in sanitation, highway works, ports, waterways to airports. The shutdowns have been associated to technical hitches, planning issues, budget and financial constraint, land disputes and companies abandoning works among other issues. Poor planning however, comes out strong that makes completion of these projects impossible. Of concern is that even small projects such as pre-school has also been closed down. According to Felipe Jens Montoro, the 2% of the GDP allocation to the infrastructure makes developments unsustainable. The projects spend some percentage of the national cake yet fail to be completed and serve people which can just be equated to a loss.
Felipe Jens Montoro through CNI proposed six measures that need to be implemented to put to an end interruption of civil projects. There is need to improve macro and micro planning, evaluate the executional modalities, equip the teams with all they need, contract should be reviewed on how they are awarded and the terms thereof and the internal control should be re-examined to ensure that its strong and effective. This will help give accurate projections to the government and the government should respond positively by funding the projects. All other stakeholder should also play their part well to ensure no works are paralyzed.
About Felipe Jens Montoro
Felipe Jens Montoro is a highly acclaimed infrastructural expert in Brazil. The Brazilian government has sought for his opinion while making decision about the sector and values his acumen. He is believed to be a very resourceful man and his contribution to the growth and development of infrastructural project across the country deserves to be mentioned. Felipe has been aggressive in watching to completion of projects such as highways, waterways, airports and roads that has opened up this economy to the rest of the world.
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According to a report by Felipe Montoro Jens, there was a special meeting by the governors of the inter-American Development Bank (IDB) that was on March 24, 2018, at the city of Mendoza, Argentina. The minister of Planning, Development, and management, Dyogo Oliveira, in the meeting defended the need for increased private investments in infrastructure projects in Brazil. He argued that there was a need to come up with financial guarantees funds that who assist in the private investments infrastructure projects in countries within Latin America. The chairman of the bank’s board who is also Argentina’s finance minister Luis Alberto Moreno supported Oliveira proposal. In the meeting was Spain’s secretary of state for Economy and business support who touched on the nature of the market of the region and mentioned Brazil as the primary concern for the Spanish investment. Read more about Felipe at baptista.com
Minister Oliveira highlighted that there is a need for new investments from countries which hand in hand with IDB’s support will be necessary for the already coming fourth industrial revolution. As per the report made by Felipe Montoro Jens, the IDB president defined the solutions to the challenges that Latin America is facing as the union of infrastructure and also improved connectivity between the touched countries. He further said that the region would not be able to achieve the necessary development if these issues are not addressed on time. Moreno added that the bank has been successful in addressing the new social demands and for that, it has enhanced policies involving gender equality and alsoenvironmental sustainability in the carrying out of their projects.
Felipe Montoro Jens is the Chief Executive Officer of EnergiparCaptacao S.A. He is also the chairman of Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo does Distrito Federal S.A. Jens has a lot of experience in finance and financial strategy for individuals and also corporations. Felipe Montoro Jens has a degree a business degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation which is one of the best Business school in Brazil. Jens also attended the Thunderbird School of Global Management which is a business school part of Arizona state university. After graduation, he joined the competitive business world where he had over 25 years of diverse experience.
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