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Mexico’s future hangs on the promises of Andrés Manuel Lòpez Obrador. The new president has announced that the country’s future economic development will be supported by the doubling of public investments in infrastructure. In particular, Obrador said that he plans to invest the equivalent of 4.1% of GDP in infrastructure and social programs to help encourage economic development. This need is felt across the country. According to the G20s Global Infrastructure Hub, the gap between the trendline of Mexico’s current spending and the amount it should spend to meet its infrastructure needs is $544 billion.

    
REPORTAGE  11/07/2018
 
OBRADOR: INFRASTRUCTURE A PRIORITY
 

Mexico’s new president plans to invest heavily in infrastructure to relaunch the economy

 

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  11/07/2018
 
TASMANIA: BATTERY OF THE NATION
 

The Island Plans to Help Australia In its Switch to Renewable Energy

 


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