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The task facing Mexico is not an easy one. Public investment in infrastructure has been affected by budget cuts resulting from lower oil revenues. In addition, there is the uncertainty regarding the economic and trade policies of the new US government. Nevertheless, there is reason for optimism, mainly due to a favorable environment for private initiatives and investment through public-private partnerships (PPPs) and concessions, where business opportunities can be found in a wide range of projects from highway maintenance and construction to freight and passenger railways, ports and airports.
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