AMLO Defends the Mayan Train ProjectFri, 02/07/2020 - 16:03
Infrastructure projects in Mexico are preparing for an important flow of investments, which could give some relief to the economy, according to experts consulted by Xinhua. "It will be interesting to see what projects from the energy sector will be included, both of electric energy and hydrocarbons or clean energy," said Director General of Bursamétrica Ernesto O'Farrill. The expert added, in statements to Xinhua, that "there are other countries that only by setting the goal in terms of clean energy, already generate an investment boom."
Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s administration launched in November last year the National Infrastructure Agreement, an alliance between the public and private sectors that commits about US$43,000 million dollars to infrastructure developments.
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