Upcoming Infrastructure Projects in Mexico Detailed Event Information For Upcoming Infrastructure Projects in Mexico
Upcoming Infrastructure Projects in Mexico -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Building Products, Construction Eq., Electrical Power Systems, Oil/Gas/Mineral Prod/Explor Serv., Port/Shipbuilding Eq., Renewable Energy Eq., Railroad Eq., Telecommunications Eq., Water Resources Eq./Services
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Location/Date: Mexico City, Mexico 10/18/2018 - 10/18/2018
Event Summary:
Mexico is now under the last months of President Peña Nieto administration, the USD 586 billion Programa Nacional de Infraestructura (PNI) engaged federal, state, and local agencies to develop Mexico into a distribution and manufacturing hub between North and South America and between Asia and Europe, and to do so by dramatically improving ground transportation, ports, airports, energy infrastructure, telecommunications, and centers for production, warehousing, and inter-modal logistics. The GOM passed and implemented a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) law and Special Economic Zones (SEZs) to facilitate this investment. Finally, sectoral reforms such as the Reforma Energetica expanded private sector infrastructure participation in unprecedented ways.

The Peña Nieto Administration, was focused on expanding infrastructure, including expansion of freight transport networks, rail freight system, a New Mexico City International Airport with a projected investment of $13 billion, the expansion of the Port of Veracruz is another ongoing project with a projected investment of $10 billion, among other large projects.

On December 1, 2018 the Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Administration will take place. The information gathered indicates that the new Administration is focusing on transportation and communications to boost the economy of several areas in Mexico. An approximate investment in Mexican infrastructure will be $7 billion by 2022. In the energy infrastructure sector, the country is making moves to free itself from dependence on hydropower, expending into renewable energy source.


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Adrian Orta, Mexico City
Commercial Specialist
Phone: 52-55-5080-2000 ext 5220
Adrian.Orta@trade.gov
Matt Baker, North Texas
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 817-701-6350
Matt.baker@trade.gov
Diego Gattesco, Wheeling
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 304 243 5493
Diego.Gattesco@trade.gov

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