The Investment Watch platform aims to attract private partnerships

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Access to the Internet and obtain information about investments in important sectors of the Brazilian economy. This is suggested by the Investment Monitoring Platform, which was launched by the Ministry of Economy on Monday (09). The idea, according to the ministry, is to “give greater visibility to investment opportunities of public interest” in the country.

Economy Minister Paulo Guedes, who attended the launch event, said the commission is a way for Brazil to tell the world that it is open to new investments and has the potential to be part of the OECD. According to him, there are three main problems ahead, and Brazil is part of the solution.

The Economy Ministry’s Undersecretary for Productivity and Competitiveness Daniela Marquez, who is involved in the launch, also noted that the Investment Monitor represents a strong opportunity for the private sector. According to her, private financing brings returns to the population.

Created in partnership between the Ministry of Economy and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the tool has financial support from the UK government. The representative of the Islamic Development Bank in Brazil, Morgan Doyle, highlighted the portfolio of public-private partnerships, and public-private partnerships, in the country, and said that this is one of the points of the projects of the Bank. The online investment monitor can be accessed at the address gov.br/investimentos.

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