According to the study “Great Unemployment: How To Confront The Problem?” by the Confederação Nacional da Indústria (CNI), the National Industry Confederation, a specialist in the Infrastructure Projects named Felipe Montoro Jens reported that out of 2,796 projects halted, 517 had to do with the infrastructure sector. This corresponded to be close to 18.5% and it costed the public bank about R$ 10.7 billion reals.
In the infrastructure care, the basic health is the most impaired area: 447 enterprises interrupted the execution phase. Then, among the 517 projects halted, 30 appear from highway constructions, 16 are airports, 8 are from public transportation, 6 are ports, 5 are railroad and 5 more were waterway jobs. More about of Felipe at infomoney.com
According to CNI, the economic crisis that Brazil is still experiencing generated the need to contain the expenses and led the federal government to interrupt important infrastructure projects. Montoro Jens claimed that although the more evident the case of the Union, the process of fiscal deterioration and the contraction of investments also affected the state of many projects in different counties, which have already cut investments and provoking the stop of infrastructure jobs.
For Brazil to avoid this type of situation of halt and delays, CNI six methods: (I) improve the major planning, (II) evaluate the most adequate form of execution, (III) perform effective micro-planning, (IV) prepare better equipment, (V) draft contracts that are more balanced, (VI) strengthen the internal control.
Montoro Jens emphasized that the study by CNI is part of a 43 document series about strategic topics that candidates for the presidency of the republic gave, in the elections of next October.
In conclusion, Felipe Montoro Jens reported on the economic crisis the Brazil is facing and the National Industry Confederation provided six strategies to help rebuild their infrastructure jobs, which was part of a series of documents provided by the presidency candidates.