A meeting of governors of the Inter-American Development Bank took place on the 24th of March 2018. The special meeting was convened in Argentina at the city of Mendoza. At the meeting, the Minister of Planning and Management, Dyogo Oliveira, strongly supported the significant rise of private investment activities in Brazil.
The national Industry confederation was founded on August 12th, 1983. It has its headquarters in Brasilia and a representative office in Sao Paulo.
Felipe Montoro Jens insisted on the need to create viable financial mechanisms that would financially leverage the private investment businesses in Latin America. Dyogo encouraged the International Development Bank to commit itself to studies that would solve project risk management operations. Visit on his twitter account for more updates
According to Felipe Montoro Jens’ report, the proposal made by Dyogo was supported by the Argentine finance minister, Luis Caputo. The minister further said that Oliveira’s idea would be highly advantageous to private investors in Latin America by leveraging their businesses. Luis Caputo is also the Chairman of the Board of Governors.
The incumbent Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support in Spain, Garrido, comprehensively explained the versatility of the markets in the Latin America region. Garrido prioritized Brazil in the Spanish investment plan, and this is about a report by Felipe Montoro Jens.
Dyogo went ahead to emphasize on the urge to look for new and upcoming investment opportunities for the countries in the region. This would only be successful with the IDB’s intervention. He added that the measures were needed to deal with the 4th industrial revolution.
Dyogo also maintained his stand on investing in sophisticated infrastructure to speed up the fourth industrial revolution. Felipe Montoro Jens also noted that several public-private partnerships in Brazil were emulating on the same. According to the Ministry of Planning and Management portal, the PPPs projects are valued at an astronomical $360 billion in 10 years.