Due to Brazil’s latest government sector concessions to partner up with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development or BNDES come to light, the president of Trata Brasil, Edison Carlos decided to grant Felipe Montoro Jens an insightful interview. Over the course of this enlightening exchange, Mr. Jens and president Edison Carlos were able to clarify certain key issues that had become misunderstood throughout the processing of this major initiative. One of the few things quite clear from the very start though was Edison’s assurance that the new dealings would enhance the structural development, management and operation of resources for these public services. Edison Carlos did his best to address the concerns of infrastructure projects specialist Felipe Montoro Jens when it came to the decreasing waste levels as well by providing important verifiable facts and figures.
Since an estimated 90% of Brazil’s basic sanitation services are contracted under the public power sector serving about 70% of the country’s populations via local state sanctioned companies, Edison insisted that the private initiative absolutely must go public. Trata Brasil’s president also offered some further analysis by suggesting these two critical managing bodies should be working in a more collaborative fashion for residents’ optimal results instead of conflicting so harshly.
Eventually making mention of the enviable level of experience in which particular governing bodies possess, Edison Carlos implied that this could easily be leveraged with business partners and corporate interests. Given his vast prior experience working alongside a board of directors as a chief financial officer, Felipe Montoro Jens knew to request further information regarding water loss and consequential fiscal fails by the state’s water sector. Working extensively in both Brazil and abroad proving his merit with private enterprise resources, Jens incomparable knowledge and expertise offered the ideal insight into comprehending the number of complications within the country’s immense government operations. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923