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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.
Traffic Spurs Investment in Latin America's Airports
Reviving Chile's Concessions
Colombia's Transport Infrastructure: On the Road to Maturity
Peru Enlists Private Sector to Close Infrastructure Gap
Private Investment in Latin America's Public Hospitals: A Healthy Bet?
Brazil: Corruption and Inefficiency Hindering Large Projects
Cable Cars: Latin America Reaching New Heights
Transforming Panama's Port and Logistics System into a Global Hub
Major Metro Projects eye PPP Models
Water in Latin America: Scarcity in the Face of Abundance
New Airports, Expansions Abound in the Face of Growing Air Traffic
Infrastructure Survey 2017
Infrastructure Outlook 2017: Large Projects, Welcoming Governments to Set Tone
Will the New Government in Peru Provide Anticipated Boost to Transport PPPs?
Chile's Concessions Model Losing its Shine
Colombia Strengthens PPPs to Boost Transport Infrastructure
Ports Take on Panama Challenge with Expansions, Multimodal Projects
Mexico Seeks Private Investment in Ailing Infrastructure