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Government will invest R$ 2 billion to resume stalled works

01/11/2016

On Monday 7 November, President of the Republic Michel Temer announced that Brazil will invest approximately R$ 2.073 billion to resume stalled construction works around the country. The government estimates that reopening these building sites may create up to 45,000 jobs.

According to Temer, approximately 1,600 stalled construction works will be resumed in the country. They are spread over 1,071 Brazilian municipalities.

"Of course, our goal is to resume, in the next 90 to 120 days, at least some 1,100 stalled projects, including nurseries, preschools, basic healthcare units, and even airports", said Temer while opening a ministerial meeting at the Presidential Palace.

Temer announced that everyone will be able to follow up the progress of the works on an innovative app called Develop Brazil (Desenvolve Brasil, in Portuguese). “Any citizen can follow up the progress of the works and make suggestions, objections, or propose amendments", he said.

In his opening remarks, Temer highlighted the importance of dialogue and of implementing reforms with the support of the Legislature, as became evident in the approval of the bill that limits public spending. "One of our mottoes is Reform to Grow. We will achieve growth through dialogue and the reforms we have been introducing", he said.

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