March 7, 2018 |
We should be planning infrastructure more long term. Instead of thinking in terms of six-year plans, we have to think about planning for 30 years. We have to take a deep look at what’s needed for us to continue to be competitive. We should focus on what is needed so Mexico can continue to develop as a leading producer of technology, as a leading manufacturer. We need to make sure we have the right infrastructure in place to avoid the possibility that at some point, by not having it, it holds back Mexico’s economic development.
Years ago, our investment mix was 80% public and 20% private. Today our investment mix is 80% private and 20% private. I think it’s an appropriate way to continue, pa
Finding creative and innovative ways to attract private capital has been key to upgrading Mexico’s infrastructure, says Gerardo Ruiz Esparza