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The drop in oil prices and corruption scandals in several projects has slowed the expansion of Latin American oil and gas pipelines in recent years. The moderate rise in the price of crude could spur growth of the transport infrastructure in the region, but before that, governments should reformulate contracts to dispel new corruption allegations in these sorts of projects.
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