Mexico to 'complement' infrastructure spending with PPPs

Mexico to 'complement' infrastructure spending with PPPs

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Mexico plans to "complement" its infrastructure spending plans with public-private partnerships (PPPs) because the federal budget is "not enough" to pay for everything, said Fernando Romero, a director of investments at the finance ministry. The government plans to work with multilateral lenders like the European Investment Bank (EIB), the World Bank and others and also attract private investors that meet environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria, Romero said at the 14th Mexico Subnati

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