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Infrastructure Outlook 2016: Projects Galore, Reforms Promote Private Investment

Infrastructure Outlook 2016: Projects Galore, Reforms Promote Private Investment


Figure: Oil prices to remain subdued in 2016

New Institutions in Chile
Figure: Chile's infrastructure fund - Estimated breakdown of assets

Brazil Perfecting Models
Figure: Brazil's GDP takes a dive

Colombia Thinks Long-Term
Figure: Colombian projects in the intermodal transport master plan (PMTI)

Billion Dollar Plans
Figure: Breakdown of Brazil's new infrastructure investment program (PIL) 2015-2018
Figure: Chile's investment in concessions 2014-2022
Figure: Mexican projects by sector in the PNI (2014-2018)
Figure: Peruvian investments in transport infrastructure 2014-2016

Rail Revival on Track
Figure: Principal rail projects in Latin America

Underground and in the Air
Figure: Principal airport projects in Latin America
Figure: Principal highway projects in Latin AmericaM&A in 2016
Figure: Principal ports and logistics projects in Latin America


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With the dual aim of reducing the infrastructure deficit that hurts competitiveness, and as a countercyclical strategy, the raft of official plans for transport infrastructure with a growing component of private investment in Latin America's largest economies is unprecedented. If previously the focus was on roads and airports, 2016 and the following years will see large investments in ambitious rail projects, logistics corridors and latest-generation mass transit systems, such as new subway lines, light rail systems, monorails and even cable cars.

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