IDEAL 2011. Infrastructure in the comprehensive development of Latin America (English)
This document provides a strategic analysis of the infrastructure situation in Latin American countries, by analyzing the main components and disparities between them. It is expected that this strategic diagnosis contributes to recognize the current situation, identify and determine the scope of the needs for its development, and propose a strategic agenda for upcoming years. The study focuses in transportation infrastructure, electricity, telecommunications, natural gas transportation, and water and sanitation.
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