Felipe Montoro conversed with Edison Carlos of Trata Brasil concerning an intended concession that the government is going to make in the water and sanitation division together with the National Bank for Economics and Social Development. This followed an announcement made by the government that stirred a debate among the key holders of the industry. Edison noted that the intended concession would bring some positive changes in the water and sanitation sector.
Public Sector Stands to Win
The concessions will involve the private firms in offering water and sanitation services to the people of Brazil. However, it does not mean that the public companies will be sidelined rather it will create an environment where the two sectors will work jointly to deliver these services. As a matter of fact, the public sector has a lot to leverage from the private sector, following the advanced technology that they have put in place. Currently, 90 percent of water and sanitation services is offered by the public sector, with 70 percent coming from the state corporations.
The Role of the Bank
For each state with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development’s presence, the bank will create a strategic plan. Going with the plan, the government will then carry out the project accordingly. Edison Carlos, however, notes on the need to vet the private firms that will be involved in the project. Their structure needs to match the needs of the public. The contracts to be signed need to be clear and precise.
About Felipe Montoro
Felipe Montoro is an important figure in the infrastructure sector of Brazil. He holds very high academic credentials, having studied finance at the Fundacao Getulio Vargas University (FGVU) and business administration from the eminent Thunderbird School of Management.
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