Infrastructure Spending Seen Rising

Dec 12, 2006

Mexico and Brazil will spend $160 billion over the next three years on infrastructure projects, according to Merrill Lynch. The shop estimates a $100 billion three-year infrastructure spending plan in Brazil to stimulate economic development, directed primarily at oil and gas, power generation and transmission, telecommunications, transportation (toll roads, railroads, airports and ports) and...

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