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Brazil - United States Mission: PPI Special Secretary opens discussions on Infra Latin America GRI 2019

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17 de maio de 2019

Brazil - United States Mission: PPI Special Secretary opens discussions on Infra Latin America GRI 2019

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In the last one in New York (16), Adalberto Vasconcelos, Special Secretary of the PPI, in addition to attending important meetings, together with the Brazil-United States Mission delegation, opened the Infra Latin America GRI 2019.
 
In his speech, Adalberto discussed the role of Brazil in investing in the infrastructure sector. Leading the PPI since its inception, he stated the Program's primary goal is to increase transparency, participation and governance over a robust portfolio of projects. "At the same time, we have always been concerned to stimulate competitiveness and diversity in terms of nationality and size of companies, improving the quality of services provided to the Brazilian population and delivering good projects to the market," added the Secretary.
 
The fourth edition of Infra Latin America GRI brings together international and Latin American investors from the infrastructure sector, financiers, explorations and operators. The event continues this Friday (17), with the participation of PPI Roads Director Renan Brandão in the panel "Roads in Brazil - Time to recalculate the route?".
 
During the day, the delegation also attended a meeting with investors from Bank of America, which is one of the world's leading financial institutions, serving approximately 66 million customers in the US and 35 countries, with the digital banking service being awarded more than 36 million active users. The second appointment was with investors from Dentons Law Firm, a multinational law firm with the largest law firm in the world, with 120 offices in 52 countries and approximately 6,500 lawyers.

 

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