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As the region is proving its resilience to the uncertainties affecting major economies around the globe, public budgets are expanding and private investors are increasingly turning to Latin America for new opportunities, as BNamericas' Infrastructure Survey shows. Legal frameworks are developing too, with improved public-private partnership (PPP) schemes luring investors into infrastructure developments. On a different note, project management and bureaucracy are still seen as sources of major delays. Nonetheless, with global companies increasingly set on the region, Latin American governments must make the most out of such a fertile market environment, for the sake of millions of people and firms which still lack proper public transport systems, roads, trains, ports and airports.
INCLUDED IN THIS MONTH'S SERIES:
Brazil top for infra opportunities
Brazil remains the country that offers the most interesting infrastructure investment opportunities in Latin America, according to a solid consensus of survey respondents.
Roads have best prospects
Road infrastructure is considered by the majority of survey-takers to be the greatest investment opportunity in the region, as was the case in 2012.
PPPs encouraging investment
A large majority of those surveyed agreed on the fact that current PPP models actually encourage infrastructure investments across the region.
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