United HR informs that investments in Infrastructure increase the generation of jobs

13 de July de 2020

The relationship between investments in infrastructure and jobs is total, believes the president of UNITED HR, Márcio Miranda. For the executive, the resumption of investments in infrastructure in Brazil has the potential to generate a new cycle of economic expansion, and to resume the generation of jobs.

The National Civil Aviation Secretariat of the Ministry of Infrastructure (MInfra) will invest more than R $ 60 million to rebuild the Coari Regional Airport. In 2008, the Coari terminal operated more than 70 thousand passengers per year. With the investments in progress, it will be possible to significantly expand the operation of the airport, which may receive medium-sized commercial jets, such as the Embraer 190 E2 and A319, in addition to turboprops such as the ATR42 and ATR72, common in the region. (Source: Lafis)

JHSF bought a 34,500 square meter plot next to Shopping Cidade Jardim, in São Paulo. The transaction will be disbursed in 2023 and has a current value of approximately R $ 157 million. The purchase will help the company to develop a new multipurpose project, “contemplating high-end residential towers, in addition to the shopping center and commercial areas” as communicated by the company. (Source: CEIC)

With an investment of R $ 30 million, the Santa Catarina chain Bistek opened its 19th store at the beginning of the month, located in the city of São José. The new store directly employs 180 employees. (Source: EMMIS)

The Government of Pará maintains actions to improve infrastructure and urban mobility through the Asphalt Through All Pará Program. Started earlier this year, the state program aims to promote paving works in municipalities in the 12 regions of Pará Integration, with an investment in urban infrastructure of almost R $ 700 million for the period 2020/2021. (Source: EMMIS)

The State Secretariat for Urban Development and Public Works (Sedop) announced paving and deep drainage works in 12 municipalities in the Xingu and Tapajós regions. The investment exceeds US $ 100 million, plus own resources and bank loans. (Source: Lafis)

The way out for Brazil to break the cycle of economic stagnation, and generate jobs again, involves investments in infrastructure in the public and private sectors. United HR is projected that new jobs will be created in the long year of 2020.

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