The Inter-American Development Bank – the organization is abbreviated as either IADB, IDB, or BID – is an international organization made up of 48 countries. Its purpose is to provide financing for countries throughout the Caribbean Islands and all of Latin America; the federation’s wealthiest countries – there are 22 of these countries – are considered non-borrowing member states, whereas the other 26 are borrowing or recipient countries that are able to receive loans from the former 22 countries. Visit on his twitter account for more updates
Felipe Montoro Jens, a prominent infrastructure consultant that often works hand-in-hand with the Brazilian government, was present at the most recent Special Meeting of Governors on March 24, 2018. Mr. Montoro was nice enough to take notes of the meeting and share them with the world via the World Wide Web. Considering that Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert in the field of public-private partnerships (PPP) with the Brazilian government in particular – and especially because Brazil is a borrowing member of the IADB – he was very much deserving of the time he spent there.
Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, felt that an influx of brand-new investments from the 22 non-borrowing members of the IADB would be necessary for Brazil and the rest of Latin America to face the worldwide revolution’s takeover in Industry 4.0 fashion.
Mr. Oliveira felt that it was equally important to construct world-quality sanitation systems, roads, and highways throughout Brazil and the rest of Latin America and “promote the fourth industrial revolution,” said Mr. Dyogo Oliveira.
It will be important for countries – especially those other than Brazil – to take on PPPs as they’re related to public works and infrastructure; Felipe Montoro Jens shared that Minister Dyogo Oliveira felt the aforementioned statement was all but true.