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Infrastructure Projects Expert Felipe Montoro Jens Reports On Paralyzed Works In Brazil

Financial industry specialist Felipe Montoro Jens recently reported on the type of jobs and projects that have been stalled due to Brazil’s low investment in the infrastructure sector, concluding that 2,796 works are currently paralyzed in the country, 517 of which are those that are related to infrastructure, such as jobs in sanitation, which he feels are the most affected. The problem also extends to the interruption of 447 enterprises during their implementation phase, according to him. Included in the report are 30 highways, 16 airports, 5 railways, 5 waterways, 6 ports and 8 urban mobility jobs. Visit their website felipemontorojens.com to learn more.

Felipe Montoro Jens stated that Brazil has only invested 2% of its Gross Domestic Product in infrastructure, and he feels that this is most likely the reason why there is a failure in the way projects are executed. In the study, he cited that technical problems, abandonment of works by companies, financial difficulties and land ownership issues and expropriations are some of the main reasons why there was an interruption in the system. And although they are considered to be cheaper and not as complex, the slow down of day care centers, pre-schools and sports facilities within educational units were also a part of the study by the National Confederation of Industry, or CNI.

In order to avoid paralysis and delays in the future, CNI recommended that Brazil improve microplanning, evaluate the most appropriate execution modality, carry out efficient macroplanning, obtain better equipped teams, come up with more balanced contracts and strengthen internal control. Felipe Montoro Jens, who has years of experience as a financial strategist, is a graduate of Getullo Vargas Foundation, where he received a degree in Business. He also attended the Thunderbird School of Global Management, which is a part of Arizona State University. CNI is headquartered in Brasilia, and has another office in Sao Paulo.

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Bob Reina Means What He Says

Bob Reina is the type of person that is a man of strong convictions. When he says something or stands behind something, people know he is going to deliver. He is not going to come up with excuses or lies.

He is a man of great principal and that is what he has built Talk Fusion on and it is a big reason why it has had the success it has had. Believe it or not, it is now in its tenth year of existence. Thanks to Bob Reina and his team of hard-working and loyal employees, it has only grown. A lot of companies tend to fade away or lose steam, but with Talk Fusion, they are just getting started.

They had a 2016 that any company would be proud of as they won two awards from the same company. This shows they are growing and they are committed to growing in the voice, data, and chat world.

They have also transformed and changed the lives of many of their customers and clients for the better. Right now, as a matter of fact, Bob Reina and Talk Fusion are offering 30-day free trials for new customers that want to give Talk Fusion a shot and see what everyone is talking about and what the hype is all about.

With Talk Fusion, it is not hype. When they support Talk Fusion, not only are they helping themselves, but they are also helping others. That is what Talk Fusion was built on back in 2007. Bob Reina has stayed true in his commitment to helping out others as much as humanely possibly.

A great example of that is the fact that his employees are encouraged to give out Talk Fusion to a charity of their choosing. He knows the power and impact it can have on other people out there.

In addition to this, Bob Reina also made a record breaking donation to the Tampa Bay Humane Society, which is sure to help them and save the lives of as many animals as possible. This is the type of company that Talk Fusion is and the kind of person that Bob Reina is, which is truly saying something.

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