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Latin Infrastructure Index 2014: Addressing the deficit

The region made steady progress in addressing its infrastructure deficit, but more needs to be done.

Nicaragua's grand question

Weeks before construction is set to begin on Nicaragua’s $50 billion canal project, a cloud of doubt still hovers over the plan’s commercial feasibility. The canal should let through giantcontainer ships, and Very Large Crude Carriers, but is there enough demand for this water-route?

Latin Infrastructure Guide 2014

Latin Business Chronicle compiles information on two dozen projects open for bidding, that are worth $36 billion.

Canada trade with Latin America registers declines

While smaller markets saw growth, trade with the region’s major economies saw declines.

Brazil rolls out mega concession program

Minister of Finance Guido Mantega lists economic conditions, tax incentives and figures of a large underserved market to convince investors to participate in a $200 billion concession program to be announced Tuesday in New York.

Latin Infrastructure Guide 2013

Latin Business Chronicle compiles information on almost two dozen projects open for bidding, that are worth more than $36 billion.

Infrastructure bids in Latin America

More than $31.6 billion in 20 major infrastructure bids which are open in 7 countries, are listed in the new Latin Business Chronicle Infrastructure Guide. Descriptions, deadlines and contacts for each bid.

Infrastructure: Mexico Improves

Which Latin American countries are best and which are worst when it comes to infrastructure?

Latin Infrastructure Index: Best & Worst

Which Latin American countries are best and which are worst when it comes to infrastructure?

Trade: Brazil More Expensive

Container cargo costs grow double-digits in Brazil, while falling in Mexico.

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