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While the outlook for transport infrastructure in Latin America appeared positive last year, those participating in the BNamericas 2015 Infrastructure Survey are even more enthusiastic about this year's prospects, given the quantity of investment projects underway in countries such as Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Chile. While governments have work to do in the areas of planning, regulation and transparency, the way forward is seen in concession or public-private partnership (PPP) models for the development of transport infrastructure. What is lacking, however, is social infrastructure, where space needs to be made for investment in building and managing hospitals and prisons, for example.

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