Some of Latin America’s biggest builders of public infrastructure projects have had a hard time getting back into the game after corruption scandals and financial difficulties, while others are now pushing ahead with new projects, in some cases after deep restructuring. Corruption continues to be an obstacle to development that undermines investor confidence and, together with economic challenges, has left a number of countries with trouble in advancing infrastructure programs. Here, we outline the plans and financials of 13 major operators and provide a reference as to their projects in the region. More
- Fourth bridge over Panama Canal
- São Paulo Metro Line 15-Silver
- San Pedro Sula XXI century
- Regional express network (RER) stage 1, phase 2: Obelisco central station
- Line 17 São Paulo metro system
- Porto Alegre metro line
- Metrotranvía tramway system extension
- Italia avenue exclusive lane corridor (Montevideo public transport system)
- El Paso-Ciudad Juárez Monorail
- Belo Horizonte metro expansion
- Instituto de Desarrollo Urbano (Colombia)
- Ministerio de Transportes y Telecomunicaciones de la República de Chile (MTT)
- Ministerio de Transportes y Comunicaciones de la República del Perú
- Metropolitano de Tenerife, S.A.
- Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A.
- SENER Grupo de Ingeniería, S.A.
- Inmobiliaria Espacio S.A.
- BBVA Asset Management, S.A., S.G.I.I.C.
- Fondo para la Internacionalización de la Empresa (FIEM)
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