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To return to the growth rate seen in the first ten years of Chile's infrastructure concessions system, the country's government seeks to improve its institutional framework and launch an infrastructure fund to ensure financing of future projects. In the short term, there is no shortage of opportunities for investors and global operators. The PPP portfolio of projects to be tendered by 2018 and public investment programs involve urban and interurban highways, airports, large-scale ports, subway lines, light rail systems and even cable cars, among others.
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