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Mexico has launched an ambitious investment plan for 2013-2018 to build new highways, roads, bridges, and to develop passenger and cargo trains, articulated urban transport systems, bridges, and airports. Although the proportion of private sector investment in the plan is small compared with public investment, it is estimated that private sector investment in roads alone should be around US$3.3 billion.
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Much to do
In terms of general quality of its infrastructure, Mexico is ranked 66th out of 148 countries, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Whetting the appetite
The transportation infrastructure investment program spanning 2013-2018 calls for public and private investment of around US$44 billion.
More efficiency and transparency
The private sector is asking for institutional problems to be ironed out: more than 200 road infrastructure projects contained irregularities during the previous administrations six-year term.
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