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More than $400 billion to spend by 2030. This is how much the Inter-American Development Bank thinks is needed to pay for a doubling of installed capacity to produce electricity in Latin America. It deems it a necessary step along the region’s way to relaunching its economy after suffering a severe stumble in the previous decade. The United Nations estimates that the electricity gap to be breached is equal to 6.2% of the region’s gross domestic product – something that not only makes the crisis harder for some countries but also harder to overcome.

    
MEGATRENDS  23/11/2016
 
LIGHTING UP LATIN AMERICA
 

The region is called on to double its installed capacity to produce electricity by 2030

 

    
INFRASTRUCTURE  23/11/2016
 
A NEW TRADE ROUTE
 

“Dry Canals” to turn Central America into a global trade hub

 


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