Latin America Infrastructure Report Q2 2017
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 33 Pages
BMI View: Continued fiscal constraints will limit public spending across Latin America in 2017, with countries which have prioritised institutional reforms aimed at enabling and attracting private investment set to outperform. Additionally, we highlight opportunities for new entrants in the Latin American market and the potential for further reform in the wake of the Lavo Jato corruption scandal.
Latin American governments will increasingly promote private sector investment to make up for public sector funding shortages. Reform programmes, along with innovative financing methods including the creation of new funds and investment vehicles, will help to attract this capital. Mexico, Chile and Colombia are leading the way - and as a result sit atop our RRI for Latin America - with Peru and especially Argentina beginning to make inroads.