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Dec 3, 2015 6:00 EST

Infrastructure Outlook 2016: Projects Galore, Reforms Promote Private Investment

iCrowdNewswire - Dec 3, 2015

 

PRESS RELEASE – Santiago

 

Infrastructure Outlook 2016: Projects Galore, Reforms Promote Private Investment

The governments of the most important economies in Latin America are scrambling to balance their budgets as the year winds to a close, especially given that national revenue is deeply impacted by the drop in the prices of major commodities such as copper and oil.

Moreover, governments face the need to maintain spending in infrastructure as a means to ensure unemployment remains in check, and so as to not lose competitiveness. Regardless, whether due to such countercyclical policies, or due the genuine need to continue to close the infrastructure gap, in 2016 and in the years that follow there will be a flood of investment in the region’s infrastructure.

Multibillion-dollar projects include highways, ports and airports. In 2016 there will also be large investments in ambitious rail projects, logistics corridors and latest-generation mass transit systems, such as new subway lines, light rail systems, monorails and cable cars.

The BNamericas report describes new institutions Chile is developing to revitalize its pioneering concessions system, what Brazil is doing to rise from the lethargy of the scandalous Lava Jato scheme, as well as the new mechanisms Colombia has introduced to drive the enormous needs of its 4G highway program.

The Outlook includes tables with the largest projects in the region, graphs with the most salient infrastructure statistics, and goes into the problems faced by some of the largest Brazilian construction companies that might open up opportunities for new players throughout Latin America.

To access the first chapter click here.

MAIN CHAPTERS:

New Institutions in Chile

Brazil Perfecting Models

Colombia Thinks Long-Term

Billion Dollar Plans

Rail Revival on Track

Underground and in the Air

M&A in 2016

To purchase BNamericas’ 2016 Infrastructure Outlook, please click here:

 

Member of the press? Please contact:

Christopher Lenton, Senior Manager, Analysis, [email protected] Tel +56 2 2941 0334  

Cesar Illiano, Content Manager, [email protected] Tel +562 2941 0310

 

About BNamericas Intelligence Series

Focusing on emerging trends and forecasted prospects, the Intelligence Series works to identify opportunities for our clients in six leading sectors for Latin America. From an annual Industry Outlook to regular surveys of industry players to forecasts in each sector, as well as country and topical focuses, this product delves into the challenges faced and solutions developed in business practices for the region.

 

About BNamericas

BNamericas delivers on-the-ground insight and trusted business intelligence to companies and investors active and entering Latin America. Identifying opportunities early-on and connecting clients with business contacts and decision-makers across 12 industries, BNamericas is the edge your company needs in Latin America.

 

In addition to project-focused news and data, as well as C-level conferences, BNamericas analyzes macro movements that affect everyday business and future developments, including social, political, economic, regulatory, technological, financial and labor-related coverage. Connecting our clients with trustworthy and timely insights, BNamericas has been shaping the development of Latin America for 19 years.

Committed to helping businesspeople make more informed decisions about their operations, investments and movements in the Latin American business world, BNamericas delivers clients field-proven business intelligence packages including daily sector news, project and company databases, monthly analysis, quarterly statistical reports, and executive-level networking events.

 

 

Contact Information:

Christopher Lenton
[email protected]
Tel +56 2 2941 0334
Cesar Illiano
[email protected]
Tel +562 2941 0310

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