IDEAL 2012. Infrastructure in the Development of Latin America (English)
This new installment of the Infrastructure in the Development of Latin America series (Ideal, for its acronym in spanish) takes on fundamental topics: the development of Latin American cities and the use of infrastructure as a way to improve the region's international presence, through global food markets. The report also presents the first stage of collaborative work between CAF and ECLAC (CEPAL) to measure infrastructure investment levels in the region.
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