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Explore the challenges and solutions in infrastructure, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 4 graphs and 6 tables focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.
Outlook2015: Big Promises for 2015
Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Chile lead the region's public and private investment in infrastructure with multibillion dollar programs, suggesting that from 2015 on Latin America could achieve its long-held desire to close the deficit in this sector and improve competitiveness. Yet big challenges are present. Apart from building projects that operate well and offer financial returns for private operators of roads, urban transport, ports and airports, among others, a strategic and long-term vision is a must.
- More and Improved PPPs
- A Focus on Urban Mobility
- Ports Require Urgent Expansion
- Moving Towards a Logistics Strategy
- Airports at a Crossroads- Water: Emphasis on Management
INTELLIGENCE SERIE: Chile's Myriad Infrastructure Needs
Following a slowdown of Chile's concession system between 2007 and 2013, in July of this year Michelle Bachelet's administration announced PPP projects in road, urban, airport, logistics and water infrastructure for US$9.96 billion. But there are barriers to overcome. Steps are already being taken to improve project formulation and design, and a commitment has been made to redefine and strengthen the concession bureau as an institution. Meanwhile, the private sector is seeking an autonomous national infrastructure agency that can develop and implement long-term policies independent of changes of government.
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
Argentina Bets on Infrastructure Boost
Crisis at Top in Brazil Casts Doubt Over Infrastructure Projects
Freight Drives a Revival of Railways in Latin America
Panama: An Emerging Global Logistics Center
Infrastructure Survey 2016
The Growing Need for Water Innovation in Industry
Traffic Spurs Investment in Latin America's Airports
Infrastructure Outlook 2016: Projects Galore, Reforms Promote Private Investment