Intelligence Series - Infrastructure

Infrastructure Survey 2020: Where Is the Industry Headed?

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Governments and companies in Latin America are pinning their hopes on the reactivation of infrastructure projects to revive the economies of the region. Under this scenario, the BNamericas 2020 survey reveals what executives in the sector consider to be the best opportunities, how projects will be financed and which countries are best prepared to quickly relaunch these initiatives.

Figure - Impact of COVID-19 on activities in Latin America

Table of contents

1.- Introduction
2.- The Era of COVID-19
2.1- Graph: Impact on Activity
2.2- Graph: Future Impact
2.3- Graph: Public Budgets
2.4- Graph: Countries With Most Impact on Public Funds
2.5- Graph: Best Prepared
2.6- Graph: New Projects
3.- The Importance of PPPs
3.1- Graph: Greater Role of PPPs
3.2- Graph: Return to Projected Flows
3.3- Graph: PPPs Still Valid?
4.- Financing
4.1- Graph: Future Financing
4.2- Graph: Multilaterals
4.3- Graph: Best Financing Options
4.4- Graph: Chinese Involvement
5.- Threats and Opportunities in the Infrastructure Sector
5.1- Graph: Threats to Recovery
5.2- Graph: Investment Opportunities
5.3- Graph: Where Are the Opportunities?
5.4- Graph: Best Investment Climate
6.- Conclusions

Companies and projects related to this report

  • Doppelmayr México S.A. de C.V
  • Consorcio Construcciones y Trituraciones, S.A. de C.V.-Ingenieros Civiles Asociados, S.A. de C.V.
  • Secretaría de Obras Públicas del Estado de Aguascalientes
  • Secretaría de Infraestructura, Desarrollo Urbano y Reordenación Territorial del Estado de Baja California
  • Grupo Hermes, S.A. de C.V.
  • Modernization of Line 1 of the Mexico City Metro (Pantitlán-Observatorio)
  • Suburban Train Expansion Lechería - AIFA (Phase I)
  • Omega Green biofuels complex
  • México-Toluca interurban train
  • Metrobus line 5, second phase

Date
14-09-2020

Author
Raúl Ferro

Editor
Laura Superneau

Pages (English Version)
22

Regions
Argentina Peru Bolivia Ecuador Venezuela Brazil Colombia Chile Mexico