The new government and its infrastructure priorities are all over the weekly news as a review of the infrastructure challenges that the next administration will face is made by the media. Internationally, there are new agencies on board for infrastructure development, such as the Canada Infrastructure Bank. China bets on infrastructure as a means of soft power for extending its influence in Sri Lanka, while BP plans to keep expanding in Mexico.

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New government, new infrastructure challenges. Marginalized cities will be targeted to tackle gaps.

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BP wants to increase fuels import to Mexico, resulting in the announcement of a new infrastructure investment plan for transport and storage.

China to extend its influence in Sri Lanka through infrastructure. The aim is to help rebuild the country’s northern and eastern regions 10 years after its civil war.

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The Canada Infrastructure Bank is up and running. On the heels of its debut, it announced funding US$980 million for a Montreal rail line.

 

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