The year 2017 proves to be a challenging yet rewarding year for the country of Brazil regarding its political structure and economic infrastructure as far as property and development goes. There are a lot of key players in with a dog in this fight as far as the changes go and the best possible outcome for both the state and nation. It is not just about jobs or about money. It’s about building a country that can compete and sustain a standard of living that is both attractive and comfortable to the rest of the world.
Felipe Montoro Jens and the Investment Partnerships Program (PPI) are just two of the names working in particular to spearhead this project. And although they may not be directly working together everyday of the year, they want the same thing which is to see progress for particular areas in Brazil regardless of any apparent obstacles in the way.
Really, the biggest obstacles to this growth and development are government denunciations and provocations that things can’t get done. The Project Coordination Secretary for PPI, Tarcísio Gomes de Freitas, says that no matter what may come his organization is willing to make compromises and concessions to see that 18 auctions are finished by the end of the year 2017 or at least six months afterward. The real challenge comes in the modernization of the infrastructure that is halting progress. Another obstacle that is in the way is a balanced budget which comes as a result from government regulation.
These things can be overcome through encouraging outside investment with in the area. Many professionals such as Felipe Montoro Jens see the government’s failure to scale back its intervention as the key factor that drives away foreign investment which could greatly speed along construction in the boosting of Brazil’s infrastructure. The solution is all about getting the private and public sector to agree on the best methods of progress.