Jose Auriemo Neto leads JHSF in project to build largest private airport in Brazil

The holy grail for developing nations has always been the ability to attract outside capital and investments in its infrastructure and economy. The challenges for developing countries to attract the wealthy and powerful to their countries in order to make investments has always been one of the steepest and most critical that these countries have faced. Although it may seem like it’s an easy task, convincing the global elite to come to one’s country and take real risks with their hard-won capital is far from an easy achievement.

Although there are many factors that ultimately determine success or failure in attracting global capital to one’s country, one of the most overlooked aspects of getting the global elite to commit to a given developing country is the ease with which they can travel to and from areas within the country in which they would like to spend time. This has been a crucial factor in Brazil’s success in attracting some of the wealthiest people across the world to come and invest in both homes and businesses throughout the country.

And one factor that has been behind this success has been the ability of Brazil to quickly develop state-of-the-art airport facilities that allow the rich and powerful to jet in and out of their favorite locations throughout the country in a matter of minutes. One example of this is the Sao Paulo Catarina Executive Airport, a large private airport that has been developed by JHSF Participacaoes and its owner, Jose Auriemo Neto.

The airport has a 7,500-foot runway, large enough to accommodate almost all intercontinental-range business jets. It also has a state-of-the-art terminal facility, which includes many luxury stores, restaurants and a high level of privacy. This is precisely the type of airport that is able to attract the global elite, making traveling in and out of the Sao Paulo area an absolute breeze.

It is projects like the Sao Paulo Catarina Executive Airport that have enabled Sao Paulo to become one of the developing world’s premiere cities.

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