The Mexico Infrastructure & Sustainability Summit gathered the industry leaders and opened up discussion about the sector’s main challenges and areas of opportunity. The way to lawfully carry out infrastructure projects is detailed in the Law on Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management sets the guidelines. CMIC and Concanaco made public statements about AMLO’s intended infrastructure approach. On an international level, New York spends on enhancing water infrastructure across the state, while Singapore and the US keep the bilateral collaboration for infrastructure development.
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- What is the infrastructure legacy of Peña Nieto’s administration? 266 commitments were signed and it is time to report back.
- What are the Mexican requirements for an infrastructure project? The Law on Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management sets the guidelines.
- The new government must carefully analyze infrastructure projects according to Eduardo Ramírez, President of CMIC.
- Concanaco also speaks out and states that Mexican infrastructure projects should not depend on popular consultation.
Mexico Infrastructure & Sustainability Summit:
- Jorge Wolpert, Director General of the National Housing Commission (CONAVI), spoke about Mexico’s social housing opportunities across administrations.
- Top leaders from KPMG Mexico, MEXTypsa, Sacyr and Rodis discussed how to bridge the transport infrastructure gap through structured instruments and industry collaboration.
- Can Real Estate Transform Mexico’s Cities? Private sector leaders answer.
- Smart Cities and IoT are the buzzwords taking over the infrastructure industry and with reason. Learn why!
- Making cities more livable is not only a challenge present in the country, but a global pressing issue. The situation needs to be addressed by the government, the industry and the citizens themselves.
- A new era for infrastructure development: CMIC speaks out.
- Tapping into Mexico’s water sector for investment flows.
- New York State to enhance water infrastructure. US$208 million were granted to several municipalities by the state government to achieve this goal.
- The infrastructure collaboration agreement between Singapore and the US was renewed Friday, Nov. 16.
- In the path of becoming smart and sustainable, while complying with UN Sustainability goals, governments can only do so much. The private sector must jump in to bridge the remaining gap.
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