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Reforms that are yet to materialize and a shortage of projects are making Chile less attractive compared with neighbors in the region that in recent years have made large strides in developing PPP institutions, especially Peru, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil. The PPP or concessions portfolio for transport projects in Chile needs updating, and there has been a failure to identify new areas. Read this report to understand the state of Chile's infrastructure, and what to expect in the years ahead.
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