The IDB in Argentina, reporter Felipe Montoro Jens

This year the Inter-American Development Bank meeting was held on March 24th in Argentina in Mendoza. Felipe Montoro Jens was the reporter attending the meeting. Mr. Montoro Jens is a professional reporter and businesses man who specializes in infrastructure projects, their implementation and the current state of these projects throughout the region. Felipe reported on the IDB meeting this year and what was the results obtained from this year’s meeting. Many influential and powerful players attended the meeting and took this opportunity to share their experiences and hurdles they face in their respective regions. Mr. Garrido who is currently the Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support was there to listen and give feedback on how the plans to improve the economy would be implemented. Visit their website felipemontorojens.com to learn more.

According to Felipe Montoro Jens, Mr. Garrido plans to prioritize the economic needs of Brazil. Mr. Garrido said during the IDB, due to Brazil’s both large and dynamic economy it will get the initial investments, reported Felipe. The Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, Dyogo Oliveira was in attendance as well as the IDB. Both Dyogo Oliveira and Luis Caputo, who is the minister of finance and chairman of the Board of Directors of Argentina stressed the need for more financial investments to help spark more involvement from the private sector business owners. The problem, both Luis, and Dyogo pointed out during the meeting is the need for more investments and commitments from the private sector.

Luis Alberto Moreno who is the president of the Inter-American Development Bank also made his voice be heard during the IDB. According to Felipe, Mr. Luis Alberto there is a need for much more investment funding to improve roads that connect the different countries in South America. Luis Alberto pointed to the improved roads would help create an environment that supports business development that all countries that makeup South America would ultimately benefit from.

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