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National Banks: Key Allies to Develop Infrastructure Projects

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Paloma Duran By Paloma Duran | Journalist and Industry Analyst - Thu, 09/22/2022 - 10:06

The Ministry of Finance (SHCP) stated that projects like the Mayan Train and AIFA would be backed by national development banks like NAFIN and BANOBRAS. Sustainable bonds could support states and municipalities in developing projects for water infrastructure and help reactivate local economies. In addition, Mexico agreed to work alongside the US in vital infrastructure projects that aim to benefit both countries.

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Development Banks to Support Major Infrastructure Projects: SHCP

SHCP announced that the federal government will lean on national development banks to boost the construction of key national infrastructure projects with financing options and other means like factoring. 

Sustainable Bonds, An Alternative Financing Source for States

To counter the lack of investment in public works, experts argue it could be viable to use the country’s federal legal framework as well as instruments of the Mexican financial system to start issuing sustainable bonds. 

Mexico to Participate in Zero-Emission, Wastewater Initiatives

The 2022 High-Level Economic Dialogue between Mexico and the US fostered vital agreements on zero-emission vehicles for 2030, investments to address wastewater issues in the Mexico-US border and other infrastructure projects. 

State of Mexico Focuses Budget on Chalco-Santa Martha Trolleybus

The public debt of the State of Mexico is mostly spent on the construction of the new Chalco-Santa Martha trolleybus. The project will connect several municipalities in the state with Mexico City, making it one of the key public mobility projects for the inhabitants of the eastern part of the Valley of Mexico.

SICT To Invest in Toll Roads to Improve Road Safety

Mexico’s Minister of Infrastructure, Communications and Transport (SICT) is planning to unveil an MX$1.4 billion (US$70 million) investment for 2021 to 2023 to improve federal toll roads and road safety conditions.  

FIBRA Monterrey Raises Capital to Join Nearshoring Boom

Real Estate Trust FIBRA Monterrey raised capital in the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV), where its bonds were received well by Mexican and foreign investors. The move is part of the trust's strategy to expand its operations and exploit the opportunities that nearshoring offers to Mexico. 

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