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Ecuador looks to reduce Chinese dependency

Planned return to capital markets will help reduce costs.

08 April 2014

São Paulo state underlines its position as Brazil’s infrastructure leader

New monorail project creates opportunities for international suppliers.

03 April 2014

Chile's Bachelet will push ahead with reform plans

New president takes office amid high expectations.

12 March 2014

Election weakens Colombian government majority

Santos still favourite to win second term, infrastructure programme edges ahead.

11 March 2014

Humala starts to make progress

After a slow start, the number of projects awarded is increasing.

20 February 2014

Brazil makes progress on energy and roads

New electricity and road deals to follow successful transmission line auction.

12 February 2014

Urban railway contracts advance in Peru and Brazil

Public funding opens up investment opportunities.

06 February 2014

Mexico’s consumer gloom deepens

Confidence at a four-year low

05 February 2014

Spanish groups advance on infrastructure

Chilean road deal highlights growing presence.

03 February 2014

Water Project Database

$57bn of investment is needed to provide universal coverage for water and sewage by 2020. In much of the region operation and finance is led by the public sector and multilaterals but the private sector is making inroads in Brazil where $12.4bn of projects are planned, many on a PPP basis. Below we track the major schemes there and across the region.

28 January 2014
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