Published on : Oct 20, 2016
ALBANY, NY, Oct 20, 2016: This report presents a detailed analysis of the Mexico infrastructure market and presents the key projects in the construction pipeline, the financing and regulatory landscapes, and the condition of the current infrastructure.
The information collated in this study has been compiled by consulting numerous valuable sources such as whitepapers, journals, press releases, newspapers, etc. The fundamental opportunities within this market for the upcoming players have also been encapsulated under this study. The top marketing strategies adopted by the prominent players in order to gain a strong foothold in the market have also been presented.
The first section of the report presents a review on the current political scene, construction output, and economic performance of Mexico. In addition, the demographics, public financing and credit ratings, and administrative divisions in Mexico have also been evaluated under this section of the study. As per the report, the infrastructure construction expenditure of Mexico is anticipated to rise at an exponential rate over the next decade.
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In terms of value, the infrastructure construction market stood at MXN766.7 bn in 2010 and reached MXN961 bn in 2015. This value is poised to touch MXN1.2 trillion by 2020. This swift rise in spending is expected to take place owing to the expected increase in count of large-scale infrastructure projects in Mexico in the coming years. These include MXN171 billion Mexico City New International Airport, the Oriental Nuclear Power Plant., Mexico City-Toluca high-speed train, and the expansion of Veracruz port.
In the next section of the study, the state of the prime infrastructure sectors such as airports and ports, communication, water and sewage, electricity and power, railways, and roads in Mexico has been provided. The top contractors in all these sectors have also been collated under this section of the report. Amongst these infrastructure sectors, the sectors of power and electricity hold the most dominant share of the project pipeline in the Mexico infrastructure market. These two sectors have a total project value of MXN42.1 bn. The sectors of power and electricity were trailed by airports as well as other infrastructure projects, having a pipeline value of MXN20.5 bn.
As per the report, Mexico surpassed the other nations such as Colombia, Brazil, and Argentina on the basis of quality of its current infrastructure. As stated in the report, numerous other steps will be taken to back the growth of the Mexican economy. Under the NIP 2014 to 2018, the Mexican government is poised to invest MXN7.8 trillion and this amount will be distributed across numerous projects in the sectors of tourism, health, water, energy, urban development, telecommunication, and transportation. This will have a positive impact on the overall infrastructure market in Mexico.
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