MP 727 – Investments Partnerships Program (PPI) – art. 21 and the notion of coexistence between public and private enterprises
MP 727 (which created the PPI), established in its final provisions that the benefits from the new regime are extended to private enterprises that concur or coexist with public enterprises. Brazil Infrastructure Institute associate and vice-president, Cesar Pereira, analyses in a brief commentary the notion on coexistence between public and private enterprises as well as what can be inferred from MP 727 as an integrated economic development instrument.
MP 727 – Investments Partnerships Program (PPI) – planning and regulatory impact assessment (AIR)
When creating the Investments Partnerships Program (PPI), Provisional Measure n. 727, from 12 May 2016, established relevant rules concerning state regulatory activities within infrastructure sectors. PM 727 provided specific obligations relating to the imposition of public consults, regulatory impact assessment, coordination between state entities, planning and track of regulatory measures to be adopted within the programs. Such issues were analyzed in an article wrote by Brazil Infrastructure Institute associate André Guskow Cardoso.
MP 727 – Investments Partnerships Program (PPI) – the return of the “Regulatory State”
The creation of the Investments Partnerships Program (PPI) by Provisional Measure n. 727, from 12 May 2016, established Federal Government objectives towards enlarging and strengthening interaction between State and private sector through privatizations and new partnerships. This new perspective constitutes a resumption of the “Regulatory State” model implemented in the 90’s and abandoned in the last government years. See Brazil Infrastructure Institute associate Alexandre Wagner Nester’s reflection on the subject.
MP 727 – Investments Partnerships Program (PPI) in the port sector
The PPI, created by MP n. 727, has impacts on the port sector, which is precisely based on partnerships between the State and the private sector towards investments. For an analysis of the subject, see article wrote by Brazil Infrastructure Institute associate Rafael Wallbach Schwind.
Full text of MP n. 727 submitted to the National Congress.