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Colombia: a key moment to improve transport infrastructure

Colombia: a key moment to improve transport infrastructure

Colombia suffers from a transport infrastructure deficit that reduces its competitiveness. The goal for 2018 is to have quadrupled the surface of divided highways, triple the length of railways in operation, increase the loading capacity of ports in 100% and raise airport passenger capacity by 50%. In this report we analyze the new generation of concessions through which these objectives are to be achieved, identifying the advantages and possible obstacles for the substantial volume of investments expected as a result of the recent institutional and regulatory changes introduced into public-private sector associations.


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Colombia suffers from a transport infrastructure deficit that reduces its competitiveness. The goal for 2018 is to have quadrupled the surface of divided highways, triple the length of railways in operation, increase the loading capacity of ports in 100% and raise airport passenger capacity by 50%. In this report we analyze the new generation of concessions through which these objectives are to be achieved, identifying the advantages and possible obstacles for the substantial volume of investments expected as a result of the recent institutional and regulatory changes introduced into public-private sector associations.

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