The government of Brazil formed an agency called the Investment Partnerships Program, PPI for short. The PPI was created with the intentions of improving and broadening the relationship between the public and private sectors. The Investment Partnerships Program seeks to achieve three things; stability, legal security of project with little government interference and job creation according to Felipe Montoro Jens.
It was reported by Felipe Montoro Jens, the government of Brazil will be deploying its Investment Partnerships Program to invest R $ 44 billion into the Brazilian economy. The investment will act as a stimulus to stir job creation, and improve infrastructure in Brazil. This stimulus will be spread over 57 projects and impact 22 sectors, reports Felipe Montoro Jens. The various projects are scheduled bidding towards the end of 2018. Felipe Montoro Jens was able to get a list of airports currently ran and controlled by the state owned and operated since 1973, Infraero. Infraero currently runs all the major airports Brazil. Infraero will be selling Guarulhos, located in Sau Paulo, Confis located in Belo Horizonte and Galeao located in Rio de Janeiro.
According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the Ministry of Transportation announced, there is biding scheduled to take place during the last three months of the year on two major infrastructure projects. BR-153 between Anapolis, GO and Alianca, TO and BR-364 connecting Comodoro, MT and Porto Velho (RO), an 800 kilometer stretch of road.
Felipe Montoro Jens reported, the Minister of the Secretary General of the President, has also named the Mint, Ceasaminas, Casemg and Docks of Espirtito companies are among the government ran enterprises that are to be sold at near the end of the year. The R $ 44 billion, that is scheduled for 2018 these projects should turn out to an excellent investment that will pay dividends in the long run.