Felipe Montoro Jens Analyzes the Changes of BNDES for the Future of Brazil

The Brazilian government has announced in March 2017 that they would be making changes for basic sanitation through a partnership with BNDES, and it will be responsible for a major revamping of the poorest areas of the country, making a great comeback from some of the biggest problems the country has been living for the past couple of years.

 

 

While Brazil is a well-developed country with its metropolitan centers in the state of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro being some of the biggest and most important in the world, it still has a very big and vast territory that faces some serious discrepancy from the government system in terms of the social and monetary conditions that the communities of some places face.

 

 

For example, the north and northwest of the Brazilian territory still face some sanitation problems, poverty, and, mainly the north-most area faces a big problem of scalding weather and drying grounds.

 

 

Brazil is addressing its social problems with high efficiency, and Felipe Montoro Jens, one of the most prominent financial analysts of the nation, is very carefully monitoring the work of BNDES in revamping the country and the people to lead better lives for the next couple of years.

 

 

According to the specialist Montoro Jens, revitalizing the sanitation of some places where it wasn’t optimal because of the terrain or lack of accessibility is a huge advancement for those communities, because one of the issues that it answers right away is the wastage of water of those communities. With a better sanitation system, water will be a resource that is much more well-spent, and this is especially important for the communities of the northwest parts of the territory that are facing major weather problems.

 

 

Felipe Montoro Jens, who worked for Braskem S.A. and San Antonio Energia SA as the director of both companies, understands a great deal about the procedures that BNDES is making to improve the social quality of those communities and he stated that the future for them seems very optimistic from here forward. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923