The Investment Partnership Program (IPP) has completed two years. Since its creation, in May 2016, several improvements have transformed the country’s infrastructure sector – both in the regulatory framework and in the approval of qualified projects process. The new partnerships model proposed by the PPI, guarantees contracts with clearer rules, public participation, involvement of the Union Court of Auditors (TCU), predictability, more time for proposals preparation by the companies and, consequently, projects that are more attractive and sustainable during the concession period. Companies have now more security when investing in PPI’s qualified projects.
AFVision is next to the companies to partecipate to IPP.
The effort to tight relations between the State and private enterprises is intense and the goal is to go further in the modernization of the national infrastructure – thus regaining a healthy and competitive growth.
And who wins with all this is the Brazilian people, who will have better services provided and the generation of thousands of jobs with private participation in the management of ports, airports, highways, railroads and other sectors.