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Thefts from carriers increased by 7.3 percent in the first ten months of 2022 in comparison to the same period in 2021, reports CANACAR.
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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador inaugurated renovations at La Pera-Cuautla highway.
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SICT reported that federal highways will receive investments surpassing MX$9.5 billion (US$477 million) by 2023.
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Despite the region’s raw material abundance, the lack of appropriate infrastructure increases industrial activity costs, says CONCAMIN.
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The organization considers that its participation could bring cost savings and shorter execution times.
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The projects will benefit tourists and locals by reducing travel times and improving connectivity.
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The entity is the largest investor in infrastructure projects in comparison with other economically dynamic entities like Mexico City.
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Out of all OECD members, Mexico is currently spending just 0.2 of its GDP.
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SICT plans to maintain 90 percent of federal highways in good or acceptable conditions by 2024, but resources are expected to drop.
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