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Mexico needs to continue expanding and improving its road, port, airport and rail infrastructure. This is by no means an easy task. Public investment has been affected by budget cuts and persistent inefficiency in public spending. However, optimism exists regarding the potential offered by private investment through PPPs and unsolicited initiatives, together with new vehicles to capture resources such as the Fibra E. Read the report to understand where Mexico's transport infrastructure is headed.
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