Brazil has been implementing many public private partnerships over recent years. Brazil, Latina America’s largest economy has been slowly recovering from a recession and has been leveraging public private partnership’s benefits as a solution to cut the deficit and help the economic situation. Brazil government in 2004 implemented the Federal Law 11,079 / 04, which details the rules and regulations regarding the implementation of public private partnerships. There are more public private partnerships in the country than it was ten years ago, but there is still the need for more of them. Learn more at consorciocorretora.com for more info.
Felipe Montoro Jens, an infrastructure specialist and Chief Executive Officer of Odebrecht Properties reports on many details regarding Brazil’s efforts in the successful implementation of public private partnerships in several states. Felipe Montoro Jens detailed efforts in Piaui, there is currently a public private partnership underway to improve internet connectivity, by installing 1,500 access points and fiber optic cables. Felipe Montoro Jens also details internet project will improve connection quality to the internet for 2.1 million residents. In the state of Maranhao, there is a public private partnership to building prisons that is scheduled for June 2019. In Pernambuco, the government is using public private partnerships to make improvements in the sanitation sector. COMPESA (Pernambucana Sanitation Company), and BNDE (National Bank for Economic and Social Development) has partnered up in an effort to gain momentum among investors to help fund more of public private partnerships in the sanitation sector.
Felipe Montoro Jens, also detailed the historic public private partnership in Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte. Belo Horizonte is implementing a public private partnership to replace all 182,000 public lights. According to Felipe Montoro Jens LED project is planned over a 20 year period. Belo Horzonte’s public private partnership to replace the luminary lights with LEDs is the largest in history. Visit: https://www.baptista.com.br/felipe-montoro-jens-reporta-que-brasileiros-estao-entre-os-mais-insatisfeitos-do-mundo-com-a-infraestrutura-de-seu-pais/