Brazil’s many PPPs, reporter Felipe Montoro Jens

Felipe Montoro Jens is the Chief Executive Officer at Odebrecht Properties, and is currently managing various public private partnership projects for the company. Felipe Montoro Jens has an extensive background in the corporate world pertaining to economic wastes and business strategies. Over his 25 year career, Felipe Montoro Jens has worked in multiple business sectors as a consultant in the sugar/ethanol, energy, chemical and petrochemical, water and waste concessions, and real estate.

Felipe Montoro Jens has been reporting on the efforts of the federal government of Brazil’s implementation of public private partnership projects. The federal government passed in December 2004, a law that helped spark an increase in the formulation of public private partnership projects over the years. The law outlines the basic rules and regulations regarding public private partnerships. Felipe Montoro Jens reported there has been an increase in public private partnerships over the last ten years, but there is still a need to increase these numbers more. Read This Article at frenchtribunes.com

Public private partnerships provide an opportunity to implement infrastructure projects, at a fraction of the cost, while creating job opportunities, and cutting the Brazilian deficit. Felipe Montoro Jens reported on the public private partnership projects to expand the child education network. The public private partnership project is scheduled to create 20,000 day care centers, 40,000 early childhood development facilities.

Felipe Montoro Jens also reported on the several states implementing public private partnership projects in states in Brazil. In Bahia, they are using public private partnerships to implement the Light Rail Vehicle Project (VLT). The Light Rail Vehicle Project is underway, and is planned to run until 2031. The Light Rail Vehicle Project will include 21 stops along a 19 mile stretch. In Piaui, Felipe Montoro Jens reported details on the public private partnership project to upgrade internet access infrastructure. Felipe Montoro Jens discovered Piaui is using public private partnerships to install fiber optic cables, and get 1,500 access points installed. This public private partnership project in Piaui, is projected to benefit 2.1 million residents of Piaui. The Pernambucana Sanitation Company (COMPESA) and the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) are working in the state of Pernambuco to expand ppps in 15 additional state.

Read more: http://www.infomoney.com.br/negocios/noticias-corporativas/noticia/7285175/aeroporto-salgado-filho-esta-sob-nova-administracao-companhia-alema-fraport

 

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