The state of Brazil has been going through a period of financial difficulty since the financial recession began in the country. Many sectors in the country have been affected by the financial climate in the country. One of the most recently affected areas is the construction and infrastructure sector in the country. The company had recently begun several projects in this sector that include the development and construction of more than thirty high ways, two dozen airports, a dozen urban mobility centers, half a dozen ports, and five waterways as well as several public school construction projects. Sadly, the National Confederation of Industries in the country has announced that due to a number of issues, these projects are all being put to a standstill. Some of the reasons that the organization has given for this situation is financial difficulty, issues with budgeting, land ownership and expropriation issues and also issues to do with the abandonment of the projects by companies that were in charge of them. This news was delivered by Felipe Montoro Jens, a member of the NCI and one of the people whose projects have been interfered with. Find out more at consultasocio.com to learn more.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Felipe Montoro Jens is a graduate of the Getulio Vargas Foundation where he majored in business administration. He also has a degree from the Thunderbird School of Management where he studied for a while. He is an expert in infrastructure and has worked with the government for many years now. Some of his other expertise include in economic waste and coordinating the work that the government does with the private sector. Felipe has had more than two decades of experience working at an international level. He is a former employee of PricewaterhouseCoopers among other major organizations which have seen him through international jobs. He is the CEO of Energipar.