Recently, Felipe Montoro Jens was in Mendoza, Argentina, reporting on the Special Meeting of Governors. The meeting brought together hundreds of officials and experts that all had opinions on how to fix Latin America’s infrastructure projects’ issues. In particular, the point being discussed was, of course, finding adequate funding.
It seems that money will always be the thing that prevents nations from completing necessary tasks, but there’s no way around it. The only thing governments can do is put smart, capable people in charge and let them find a way to make sure everything gets done in a timely, affordable manner. Visit on his twitter account for latest updates.
For much of Latin America, the smart, capable people with all the power represent the Inter-American Development Bank. With all the say in how things operate, people come to the Inter-American Development Bank to ask for their support in upgrading systems and creating new policies that better serve the needs of modern Latin America.
At that Special Meeting, earlier this year, Dyogo Oliveira was the one speaking to the Inter-American Development Bank representatives. He wanted the bank to promote studies that showed the benefits of private investments being used for infrastructure projects. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, Oliveira was making several valid points.
It wasn’t just Oliveira talking about using more private investments. The Chairman of Inter-American Development Bank’s Board of Governors, Luis Caputo, also supported the idea of leverage private investments to complete projects as a more efficient solution. The Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support of Spain also agreed with Oliveira.
By the end of the meeting, the Inter-American Development Bank cited several instances where they had already begun making changes and supporting more modern strategies and social movements, including some private investments. More info can be found by visiting: http://www.felipemontorojens.com.br/