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Strong air traffic demand is leading Latin American airports to expand or construct new infrastructure as current facilities become saturated or absorbed by urban development. The growth is also triggering a race to develop regional hubs as the industry moves towards models that incorporate shopping and service areas as central to airport infrastructure, and even hotels to complement revenue.
Cable Cars: Latin America Reaching New Heights
Transforming Panama's Port and Logistics System into a Global Hub
Going Underground: Are Metros the Answer to Latin America's Urban Transport Needs?
Infrastructure Outlook: Big Promises for 2015
Latin America's Prison Problem
Infrastructure Investment in Central America Set to Take Off
Infra, Water and Waste Stats 4Q13
Water for agriculture: Competing for a scarce resource
BNamericas Survey 2014: A snapshot of Latin American infrastructure
Infra, Water and Waste Stats 3Q13
Infra, Water and Waste Stats 2Q13
Outlook 2014 Infrastructure: Closing the infrastructure gap