Felipe Montoro Jens’ Report On Government Projects To Be Handed Out To The Private Sector In The Year 2018

In the Auction schedule given by the Federal government in the month of August, which is mostly scheduled for the second mid of the year 2018. There are fifty seven projects to be handed out to the private sector, that is in total, involving an investment worth R $forty four billion in over twenty two listed parts by the Partnerships and Investments program (PPI), a report from Felipe Montoro Jens, a professional in infrastructure projects.

Next year’s second part is scheduled for more than half of the projects in the 22 sectors. The Congonhas airport auction in Sao Paulo, and the airport of Brasilia Infraero’s stake sales, Confis , Guarulhos , Galeao (Rio de Janeiro) are just some of the examples. Felipe Montoro Jens reports that, the public company has forty nine percent interest consortium that have concessions of these terminals.

BR-153, which is a stretch between Alianca (TO) and Anapolis (GO), had the former concessions revoked of the Galvao group, is grouped on the list of concessions by the federal government, points out the infrastructural specialist. The Ministry of transport says that the bidding is scheduled to happen in the last 3 months of Michel Temer’s government. BR-364 is a another highway that will be given out to a private initiative, with an auction set for the end of the year 2018 points Felipe Montoro Jen. This stretch is between Comodoro (MT) and Porto Velho (RO), ranging over 800 kilometers long.

During the announcement of the schedule, the government had not explained how it will sell firms like Mint, Casemg, and Docks of Espirito Santo. The government only announced the privatization of state owned companies and gave out a schedule on the announcement of the announcements and realization of the auctions, reports Felipe Montoro Jens. During the event,Moreira Franco, the Minister of the secretary general of the Presidency, briefly explained that the sale of Mint- which is responsible for the making of passports and production of money in the country, is set to advance its technology.

The investment partnerships Program (PPI), created by the government, intends to widen and strengthen the associations between private and State initiative thus generating jobs and growth for Brazil.

PPI adequate and quality tariffs, aims at guaranteeing the expansion of infrastructure, it also aims at ensuring legal and stable security of projects through minimum intervention in investments and business.

Find out more about Felipe Montoro Jens: http://maringa.odiario.com/politica/2017/03/felipe-montoro-jens-fala-sobre-parcerias-publico-privadas-no-brasil/2348581/

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