Way back in the late 1980s we saw the start of the privatization process in Brazil. This despite the ever-present rule of the State. What is happening with this process now? We will talk about it now as we recap this pertinent article.
The results of a study by the CNI (the National Confederation of Industry) show that the infrastructure sector needs participation from the private sector as a key factor to making modernization work for Brazil. Privatization is the primary way that the country can meet the large investment surge that it must have. Infrastructure Project Specialist, Felipe Montoro Jens is around to help explain how this investment process is developing.
In April of 1990, due to the implementation of the National Privatization Program, a huge part of governmental-approved economic reforms were privatizations. The scope of company industries that were affected by this included steel, aeronautical, and petrochemical. However, perhaps the largest industries to benefit from privatization were the electric, the sanitation, the transportation, and the telecommunication sectors. These industries were given top priority from the government under the Concessions Law back in 1995.
If there is one person who is qualified to be a leader in above-talked-about subject, it is Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens. Why, you may be asking? Keep reading and we shall tell you. Mr. Montoro Jens is a Principal at the firm “Felipe’s company Participacoes e Investimentos.” He is also a member of the Board of Directors at Foz do Brasil SA. Among his educational accomplishments is a graduate degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Mr. Montoro Jens is extremely well-educated and utilizes his smarts in his contributions to the world of Brazilian privatization. Any advice he gives ought to be strictly followed. It is noteworthy to mention that Felipe Montoro Jens has devoted many years, in one capacity or another, to Felipe’s company. Over the years he has grown along with the company and has made significant contributions to the firm. While in school he learned quite a bit and has been able to apply his expansive knowledge to his evolving role with Felipe’s company. Look for more from this virtual genius in the future.