The infrastructure investment specialist, Felipe Montoro Jens has been commenting on the release of a study by the National Confederation of Industry. The details of the study are part of a larger ream of documents being assembled for the candidates in the Brazilian Presidential elections in 2019. The study details the extent of the problem of stalled infrastructure construction projects and those which have not yet been started around the nation. Read article about Montoro Jens at empresassa.com
Felipe Montoro Jens was commenting on the lack of investment in Brazil’s infrastructure which reached just two percent of the Gross Domestic Product in 2017. One of the major problems faced by the Brazilian Government is a lack of planning when it comes to the creation of infrastructure programs in terms of new construction. Felipe Montoro Jens revealed a major problem with Brazilian infrastructure programs is the fact sports facilities and other extra construction would be cheaper to build at the time of construction. A lack of foresight on the part of major government agencies is causing major problems for the future of the nation with major construction not taking place on time.
A second problem facing the people of Brazil in the 21st-century is the financial crisis which has been in place across the nation for over a decade. In the early 21st-century, the nation faced an economic crisis affecting many smaller construction companies which were struggling to survive amid rising inflation and interest rates. Felipe MOntoro Jens believes the transference of public infrastructure programs to private companies is an impressive option for the government of Brazil, but small companies remain at risk of financial insecurity. Among the recommendations of Felipe Montoro Jens and his peers is for Brazil to adopt a new approach to infrastructure programs. Alongside the need to develop a new system for Brazilian infrastructure programs, completing existing staled programs remains important.