Government of MS invested R$3.2 billion in works and programs last year – Economy

Government of MS invested R$3.2 billion in works and programs last year – Economy
Government of MS invested R$3.2 billion in works and programs last year – Economy

Machines “working” on the paving of MS-338 (Photo: Bruno Rezende)

Mato Grosso do Sul increased state public investments by 227% from 2020 to 2023. The amount went from R$996 million to R$3.2 billion. The information is contained in the Transparent Treasury Data and in the RREOs (Budget Execution Summary Report) of the states.

The result is due to structural reforms (pension and administrative), tax changes, cost containment and promotion of the business environment, which allowed the diversification of production chains and attraction of R$ 76 billion in private investments in the last 10 years, being R$17 billion last year alone.

“The State did its homework, promoted reforms, built a good business environment, attracted billion-dollar private investments and thus generated the capacity to make public investments, being one of the states that invests the most per inhabitant in Brazil. This means that the public budget is not being consumed just to cover costs, but to improve people’s lives”, stated Governor Eduardo Riedel.

In 2023, investment per inhabitant was R$1,183.86, which also shows a growth of 227% compared to 2020, when the value was R$361.43.

Construction – Among them is the new connection between Ribas do Rio Pardo and Camapuã, with asphalt on the MS-357 and MS-338 highways, which together cost more than R$300 million. The region is the new global pulp hub, with the construction of the Suzano factory in Mato Grosso do Sul.

The paving of 100 kilometers of MS-345, known as “Estrada do 21”, is also in the final phase, which will shorten the route from Campo Grande to Bonito by up to 40 kilometers, following through the city of Anastácio.

Another work is the integration of the South-Border Route, which passes through several state highways (MS-165, MS-384, MS-164), and will connect Antônio João to Mundo Novo, bordering Paraguay and passing through the municipalities of Ponta Porã, Aral Moreira, Coronel Sapucaia, Paranhos, Sete Quedas, Japorã and Mundo Novo. The entire connection is around 400 kilometers long.

Housing and social – In the housing area, there are programs: “Housing Bonus”, which helps citizens finance their own home, paying the down payment on the property, in subsidies of up to R$25 thousand; “Urbanized Lot”, in which the land is transferred and the base of the house is handed over to the future resident to build; in addition to “My Home, My Life”.

In the social area, there are two programs, including “Mais Social”, which transfers R$450 per month to vulnerable families; and “Social Energy – Zero Light Account”, where the Government pays the energy bill of families with monthly consumption of up to 220 kWh.

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