Mexico's Infrastructure Creation and Why it Matters for North American Competitiveness

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  • Mexico's Infrastructure Creation and Why it Matters for North American Competitiveness

    1. 1. Mexico’s Infrastructure Creation and Why it Matters for North American Competitiveness US-Mexico 2010: Bicentennial Celebration & Good Neighbor Awards Omar Del Valle Colosio CG/LA Infrastructure LLC & the Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum Hotel Palomar Washington DC • USA May 13, 2010
    2. 2. The Market for Strategic Infrastructure 2
    3. 3. The Market for Strategic Infrastructure Why infrastructure matters Nationally, Regionally 2
    4. 4. The Market for Strategic Infrastructure Why infrastructure matters Nationally, Regionally Mexico’s infrastructure capacity & competitiveness the Right Projects for Productivity, Opportunity & Competitiveness 2
    5. 5. The Market for Strategic Infrastructure Why infrastructure matters Nationally, Regionally Mexico’s infrastructure capacity & competitiveness the Right Projects for Productivity, Opportunity & Competitiveness Mexico’s infrastructure agenda, programs, and projects Investments, Deals 2
    6. 6. The Market for Strategic Infrastructure Why infrastructure matters Nationally, Regionally Mexico’s infrastructure capacity & competitiveness the Right Projects for Productivity, Opportunity & Competitiveness Mexico’s infrastructure agenda, programs, and projects Investments, Deals What is needed? Main issues, Modern and Strategic Infrastructure 2
    7. 7. The Market for Strategic Infrastructure Why infrastructure matters Nationally, Regionally Mexico’s infrastructure capacity & competitiveness the Right Projects for Productivity, Opportunity & Competitiveness Mexico’s infrastructure agenda, programs, and projects Investments, Deals What is needed? Main issues, Modern and Strategic Infrastructure Next steps Technical & Financial Cooperation, Vision, Border Plan 2
    8. 8. Why Infrastructure Matters? 3
    9. 9. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally 3
    10. 10. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally ✓ Job creation 3
    11. 11. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally ✓ Job creation ✓ Opportunity creation 3
    12. 12. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally ✓ Job creation ✓ Opportunity creation ✓ Economic growth 3
    13. 13. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally ✓ Job creation ✓ Opportunity creation ✓ Economic growth ✓ Social justice 3
    14. 14. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally ✓ Job creation ✓ Opportunity creation ✓ Economic growth ✓ Social justice 3
    15. 15. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally Regionally ✓ Job creation ✓ Opportunity creation ✓ Economic growth ✓ Social justice 3
    16. 16. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally Regionally ✓ Job creation ✓ Platform for global competitiveness ✓ Opportunity creation ✓ Economic growth ✓ Social justice 3
    17. 17. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally Regionally ✓ Job creation ✓ Platform for global competitiveness ✓ Opportunity creation ✓ Environmental sustainability ✓ Economic growth ✓ Social justice 3
    18. 18. Why Infrastructure Matters? Nationally Regionally ✓ Job creation ✓ Platform for global competitiveness ✓ Opportunity creation ✓ Environmental sustainability ✓ Economic growth ✓ Border & citizen security ✓ Social justice 3
    19. 19. The Current Situation Regional Economic Capacity GDP Growth Rate 2004-2008 #"%%%& $"%%%& )",+$& Ave 2004-2008 )"%+'& USA -- 2.36 )"%%%& CAN -- 2.44 MEX -- 3.40 !"'%%& !"'%!& !"#$%& -./& !"%%%& 0/1& '"())& '"**(& 234& '"%%%& +"**+& '"%'!& +"%%%& %"%%%& %")%%& '%%)& '%%$& '%%#& '%%*& '%%,& Source: World Development Indicators, World Bank 4
    20. 20. The Current Situation Regional Economic Capacity GDP Growth Rate 2006-2010 5
    21. 21. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Global Competitiveness Index GCI 07-08 GCI 08-09 GCI 09-10 Country/Economy Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score United States 1 5.67 1 5.74 2 5.59 Canada 13 5.34 10 5.37 9 5.33 Mexico 52 4.26 60 4.23 60 4.19 Latin America Costa Rica 63 4.11 59 4.23 55 4.25 Brazil 72 3.99 64 4.13 56 4.23 Colombia 69 4.04 74 4.05 69 4.05 Peru 86 3.87 83 3.95 78 4.01 Total Countries 131 134 133 A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 6
    22. 22. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Global Competitiveness Index GCI 07-08 GCI 08-09 GCI 09-10 Country/Economy Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score United States 1 5.67 1 5.74 2 5.59 Canada 13 5.34 10 5.37 9 5.33 Mexico 52 4.26 60 4.23 60 4.19 Latin America Costa Rica 63 4.11 59 4.23 55 4.25 Brazil 72 3.99 64 4.13 56 4.23 Colombia 69 4.04 74 4.05 69 4.05 Peru 86 3.87 83 3.95 78 4.01 Total Countries 131 134 133 A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 6
    23. 23. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Global Competitiveness Index GCI 07-08 GCI 08-09 GCI 09-10 Country/Economy Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score United States 1 5.67 1 5.74 2 5.59 Canada 13 5.34 10 5.37 9 5.33 Mexico 52 4.26 60 4.23 60 4.19 Latin America Costa Rica 63 4.11 59 4.23 55 4.25 Brazil 72 3.99 64 4.13 56 4.23 Colombia 69 4.04 74 4.05 69 4.05 Peru 86 3.87 83 3.95 78 4.01 Total Countries 131 134 133 A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 6
    24. 24. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Global Competitiveness Index GCI 07-08 GCI 08-09 GCI 09-10 Country/Economy Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score United States 1 5.67 1 5.74 2 5.59 Canada 13 5.34 10 5.37 9 5.33 Mexico 52 4.26 60 4.23 60 4.19 Latin America Costa Rica 63 4.11 59 4.23 55 4.25 Brazil 72 3.99 64 4.13 56 4.23 Colombia 69 4.04 74 4.05 69 4.05 Peru 86 3.87 83 3.95 78 4.01 Total Countries 131 134 133 A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 6
    25. 25. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Global Competitiveness Index GCI 07-08 GCI 08-09 GCI 09-10 Country/Economy Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score United States 1 5.67 1 5.74 2 5.59 Canada 13 5.34 10 5.37 9 5.33 Mexico 52 4.26 60 4.23 60 4.19 Latin America Costa Rica 63 4.11 59 4.23 55 4.25 Brazil 72 3.99 64 4.13 56 4.23 Colombia 69 4.04 74 4.05 69 4.05 Peru 86 3.87 83 3.95 78 4.01 Total Countries 131 134 133 Source: World Economic Forum, Several Years, 2007, 2008, 2009 A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 6
    26. 26. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness US Canada Mexico 2004 2008 2004 2008 2004 2008 Electric power consumption (kWh per 13376 13651 17235 16994 1838 2035 capita) Road density (km of road per sq. km of land area) 70 14 18 18 Internet users (per 100 people) 66 76 66 75 17 22 Mobile cellular subscriptions (per 100 63 89 47 66 38 71 people) Mobile and fixed-line telephone subscribers (per 124 140 111 121 55 90 100 people) A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 7
    27. 27. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Regional Infrastructure Comparisons US Canada Mexico 2004 2008 2004 2008 2004 2008 Electric power consumption (kWh per 13376 13651 17235 16994 1838 2035 capita) Road density (km of road per sq. km of land area) 70 14 18 18 Internet users (per 100 people) 66 76 66 75 17 22 Mobile cellular subscriptions (per 100 63 89 47 66 38 71 people) Mobile and fixed-line telephone subscribers (per 124 140 111 121 55 90 100 people) A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 7
    28. 28. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Regional Infrastructure Comparisons US Canada Mexico 2004 2008 2004 2008 2004 2008 Electric power consumption (kWh per 13376 13651 17235 16994 1838 2035 capita) Road density (km of road per sq. km of land area) 70 14 18 18 Internet users (per 100 people) 66 76 66 75 17 22 Mobile cellular subscriptions (per 100 63 89 47 66 38 71 people) Mobile and fixed-line telephone subscribers (per 124 140 111 121 55 90 100 people) Source: WDI, World Bank, Several Years A country investing in infrastructure is a country investing in competitiveness 7
    29. 29. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Country Infrastructure Capacity, LAC 48.4 !"#$ ,-.-/0$ +($ C/5<4$GI2-8?$=<><5-8?$ *$ 1234-5$6758/9$:75;0-5<4$ =<><5-8?$ &")$ &$ %"!$ '$ )$ 1234-5$6758/9$689<87@-5$ C/5<4$G1=$H-9E.$ ($ =<><5-8?$ !"'$ %"%$ C/0@$:79E$19/B758$ A97<8$19/B758.$ 179F/9E<057$ &"'$ &"'$ C7<D79.;->$ &"($ Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 An overall acceptable score is “56,” at least “7” in each criteria Public Sector: General weaknesses in Latin America are on the public sector (right) side Plan/Execution: Critical areas of vision and leadership also tend to be very week. Private Sector: Strongest side of the equation in Latin America, but not strong enough 8
    30. 30. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Country Infrastructure Capacity, LAC 48.4 !"#$ ,-.-/0$ +($ C/5<4$GI2-8?$=<><5-8?$ *$ 1234-5$6758/9$:75;0-5<4$ =<><5-8?$ &")$ &$ %"!$ '$ )$ 1234-5$6758/9$689<87@-5$ C/5<4$G1=$H-9E.$ ($ =<><5-8?$ !"'$ %"%$ C/0@$:79E$19/B758$ A97<8$19/B758.$ 179F/9E<057$ &"'$ &"'$ C7<D79.;->$ &"($ Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 An overall acceptable score is “56,” at least “7” in each criteria Public Sector: General weaknesses in Latin America are on the public sector (right) side Plan/Execution: Critical areas of vision and leadership also tend to be very week. Private Sector: Strongest side of the equation in Latin America, but not strong enough 8
    31. 31. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Country Infrastructure Capacity, LAC 48.4 !"#$ !"#$ ,-.-/0$ +($ ,-.-/0$ '*$ C/5<4$GI2-8?$=<><5-8?$ *$ 1234-5$6758/9$:75;0-5<4$ ($ 1234-5$6758/9$ =<><5-8?$ C/5<4$GI2-8?$=<><5-8?$ &$ :75;0-5<4$=<><5-8?$ &")$ %"#$ %$ %"!$ %"&$ '$ +$ )$ )$ 1234-5$6758/9$689<87@-5$ 1234-5$6758/9$ C/5<4$G1=$H-9E.$ ($ C/5<4$G1=$H-9E.$ *$ =<><5-8?$ 689<87@-5$=<><5-8?$ !"%$ !"'$ %"%$ %"'$ C/0@$:79E$19/B758$ C/0@$:79E$19/B758$ A97<8$19/B758.$ A97<8$19/B758.$ 179F/9E<057$ 179F/9E<057$ %"($ &"'$ %"%$ &"'$ C7<D79.;->$ C7<D79.;->$ %")$ &"($ Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 An overall acceptable score is “56,” at least “7” in each criteria Public Sector: General weaknesses in Latin America are on the public sector (right) side Plan/Execution: Critical areas of vision and leadership also tend to be very week. Private Sector: Strongest side of the equation in Latin America, but not strong enough 8
    32. 32. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Country Infrastructure Capacity, LAC 48.4 Mexico, 53.4 !"#$ !"#$ ,-.-/0$ +($ ,-.-/0$ '*$ C/5<4$GI2-8?$=<><5-8?$ *$ 1234-5$6758/9$:75;0-5<4$ ($ 1234-5$6758/9$ =<><5-8?$ C/5<4$GI2-8?$=<><5-8?$ &$ :75;0-5<4$=<><5-8?$ &")$ %"#$ %$ %"!$ %"&$ '$ +$ )$ )$ 1234-5$6758/9$689<87@-5$ 1234-5$6758/9$ C/5<4$G1=$H-9E.$ ($ C/5<4$G1=$H-9E.$ *$ =<><5-8?$ 689<87@-5$=<><5-8?$ !"%$ !"'$ %"%$ %"'$ C/0@$:79E$19/B758$ C/0@$:79E$19/B758$ A97<8$19/B758.$ A97<8$19/B758.$ 179F/9E<057$ 179F/9E<057$ %"($ &"'$ %"%$ &"'$ C7<D79.;->$ C7<D79.;->$ %")$ &"($ Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 An overall acceptable score is “56,” at least “7” in each criteria Public Sector: General weaknesses in Latin America are on the public sector (right) side Plan/Execution: Critical areas of vision and leadership also tend to be very week. Private Sector: Strongest side of the equation in Latin America, but not strong enough 8
    33. 33. The Current Situation Infrastructure Capacity • Competitiveness Colombia, 51.1 Brazil, 48.9 !"#$ +,-,./$ *($ &$ 0123,4$5647.8$964:/,4;3$ B.4;3$FH1,7>$<;=;4,7>$ <;=;4,7>$ '"#$ '$ !"%$ %$ )$ 0123,4$5647.8$578;76?,4$ B.4;3$F0<$G,8D-$ ($ <;=;4,7>$ &"($ %"&$ Source: CG/LA Infrastructure, 2008-2009 B./?$968D$08.A647$ @86;7$08.A647-$ 068E.8D;/46$ '"%$ '"($ B6;C68-:,=$ !"'$ 9
    34. 34. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects 10
    35. 35. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico’s National Infrastructure Program 10
    36. 36. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico’s National Infrastructure Program • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure 10
    37. 37. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico’s National Infrastructure Program • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure • 2010 Agenda, Marketable Projects 10
    38. 38. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico’s National Infrastructure Program • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure • 2010 Agenda, Marketable Projects • Location of Infrastructure 10
    39. 39. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico’s National Infrastructure Program Source: SHCP, Mexico 2010; Banobras/FONADIN 11
    40. 40. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure Source: SHCP, Mexico 2010; Banobras/FONADIN 12
    41. 41. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure 2006 2007 2008 2009 GDP (current US$), in billions 949 1,020 1,090 867.9 * GDP (constant 2000 US$), in 667 689 701 712.4 billions Infrastructure Investment as % 4.0 4.1 4.3 5.0 of GDP * Infrastructure Investment (current 37.96 41.82 46.87 43.39 US$), in billions Infrastructure Investment 26.68 28.24 30.14 35.62 (constant 2000US$), in billions Source: World Development Indicators, World Bank. *SHCP-Mexico. 13 Personal calculations.
    42. 42. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure 2006 2007 2008 2009 GDP (current US$), in billions 949 1,020 1,090 867.9 * GDP (constant 2000 US$), in 667 689 701 712.4 billions Infrastructure Investment as % 4.0 4.1 4.3 5.0 of GDP * Infrastructure Investment (current 37.96 41.82 46.87 43.39 US$), in billions Infrastructure Investment 2007-2009 26.68 28.24 30.14 35.62 (constant 2000US$), in billions US$94 billion Source: World Development Indicators, World Bank. *SHCP-Mexico. 13 Personal calculations.
    43. 43. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure Source: SHCP, Mexico 2010; Banobras/FONADIN 14
    44. 44. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure Source: SHCP, Mexico 2010; Banobras/FONADIN 14
    45. 45. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure Source: SHCP, Mexico 2010; Banobras/FONADIN 14
    46. 46. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure US$63.2 billion Energy Source: SHCP, Mexico 2010; Banobras/FONADIN 14
    47. 47. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • Mexico Investments in Infrastructure US$63.2 billion Energy US$30.8 billion Non-Energy Source: SHCP, Mexico 2010; Banobras/FONADIN 14
    48. 48. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • 2010 Agenda, Marketable Projects: Water/Wastewater (US$1.874 billion) Efficiency US$471 million (at 6 years) Aqueducts US$887 million Water Treatment Plants * Atotonilco (awarded Dec, 09),US $926 million Others US$500 million Desalination Plants US$70 million Source: CONAGUA-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 15
    49. 49. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • 2010 Agenda, Marketable Projects: Highways (US$2.083 billion) North East Package US$ 320 million San Luis Potosi Bypass US$ 127 million Guanajuato Bypass US$ 370 million South Pacific Package US$ 850 million Michoacan Package US$ 416 million Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 16
    50. 50. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • 2010 Agenda, Marketable Projects: Ports & Logistics (US$743 millions) Major Ports Airport Riviera Maya US$213 million GTO Inland Port US$90 million Port of Lazaro Cardenas TIC-II US$360 million * KCSR investment inter-modal terminal US$80 million (private project) Source: SCT-Mexico; WDI, World Bank; CG/LA Leadership Forum 17
    51. 51. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • 2010 Agenda, Marketable Projects: Ports & Logistics (US$743 millions) Major Ports Quality of port infrastructure, Airport Riviera Maya WEF (1=extremely underdeveloped to 7=well developed US$213 million and efficient by international standards) GTO Inland Port US$90 million Port of Lazaro Cardenas TIC-II US$360 million * KCSR investment inter-modal terminal US$80 million (private project) Source: SCT-Mexico; WDI, World Bank; CG/LA Leadership Forum 17
    52. 52. The Current Situation Infrastructure Agenda 2007-2012 • Programs & Projects • 2010 Agenda, Marketable Projects: Ports & Logistics (US$743 millions) Major Ports Quality of port infrastructure, Airport Riviera Maya WEF (1=extremely underdeveloped to 7=well developed US$213 million and efficient by international standards) 2007 2008 2009 MEX 3.26 3.31 3.67 GTO Inland Port US$90 million USA 5.81 5.87 5.67 CAN 5.71 5.78 5.61 Port of Lazaro Cardenas TIC-II US$360 million * KCSR investment inter-modal terminal US$80 million (private project) Source: SCT-Mexico; WDI, World Bank; CG/LA Leadership Forum 17
    53. 53. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    54. 54. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    55. 55. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    56. 56. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    57. 57. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    58. 58. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    59. 59. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    60. 60. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Highways Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    61. 61. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Fidernor-Este Highways Logistic Corridor Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    62. 62. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Fidernor-Este Highways Logistic Corridor Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    63. 63. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Fidernor-Este Highways Logistic Corridor Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    64. 64. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure • Connectivity, a Major Priority Canamex Logistic Corridor • Green Infrastructure Ports Improvement Creation of Logistic Corridors Fidernor-Este Highways Logistic Corridor Urban Mass Transit Water / Sanitation Electricity Generation & Distribution Telecommunications Oil & Gas South-West Logistic Corridor? Source: SCT-Mexico; CG/LA Leadership Forum 18
    65. 65. What is needed? Modern & Strategic Infrastructure USA EPA, Border 2012 Plan Source: EPA-USA. 19
    66. 66. What is needed? Major Challenges • Priorities • Increase Investments in Infrastructure: closing the gap, reaching goals Private Public ✓ Corporate Bonds ✓ Public Bonds ✓ Debt ✓ Subordinated Debt ✓ Equity ✓ Guarantees ✓ Leasing ✓ Risk Capital ✓ Export Credit Agencies ✓ Subordinated Capital ✓ Debt (multilateral, commercial) ✓ Pension Funds 20
    67. 67. Accelerating Infrastructure Investments Next Steps• Challenges 21
    68. 68. Accelerating Infrastructure Investments Next Steps• Challenges • A 2025-2030 visionary comprehensive plan 21
    69. 69. Accelerating Infrastructure Investments Next Steps• Challenges • A 2025-2030 visionary comprehensive plan • Increase public sector capacity, increase private sector participation 21
    70. 70. Accelerating Infrastructure Investments Next Steps• Challenges • A 2025-2030 visionary comprehensive plan • Increase public sector capacity, increase private sector participation • Engage regional high-level discussions 21
    71. 71. Accelerating Infrastructure Investments Next Steps• Challenges • A 2025-2030 visionary comprehensive plan • Increase public sector capacity, increase private sector participation • Engage regional high-level discussions • North American Infrastructure Fund 21
    72. 72. Accelerating Infrastructure Investments Next Steps• Challenges • A 2025-2030 visionary comprehensive plan • Increase public sector capacity, increase private sector participation • Engage regional high-level discussions • North American Infrastructure Fund • Merida Infrastructure Plan 21
    73. 73. Accelerating Infrastructure Investments Next Steps• Challenges • A 2025-2030 visionary comprehensive plan • Increase public sector capacity, increase private sector participation • Engage regional high-level discussions • North American Infrastructure Fund • Merida Infrastructure Plan • Design/Strengthen a Master-Infrastructure Border Plan for Energy, Transportation, Water, Environment Sustainability 21
    74. 74. Mexico’s Infrastructure Creation and Why it Matters for North American Competitiveness US-Mexico 2010: Bicentennial Celebration & Good Neighbor Awards Omar Del Valle Colosio CG/LA Infrastructure LLC & the Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum Hotel Palomar Washington DC • USA May 13, 2010

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