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Mexico Earmarks Growth for Private Water

09 May 2014
Research Note

On 28 April 2014 Mexico President announced the National Infrastructure Plan 2014-2018, a sweeping US$594 billion investment roadmap that includes 83 specific water sector projects (US$12.6bn) and an earmark for state water initiatives (US$19.5bn). This represents a doubling of investment compared to the previous plan and signals stronger public support for the sector.

Takeaways

  • Wastewater build-out central to private opportunity
  • Desalination seeks a larger share but forced to compete with water transfer, reservoir projects
  • Mega-projects for water transfer, and smaller, dispersed water treatment tenders invite private participation

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