The PPP Manual provides overall guidance on the steps to carry out a PPP project.
The purpose of the Guidelines is to establish the types of socioeconomic evaluations that will be applicable to the investment programs and projects considered by the dependencies and entities of the Federal Public Administration.
The purpose of the Guideline is to establish the types of socioeconomic evaluations that are applicable to the mass urban transport investment projects.
The Mexico Projects Hub is an initiative of the Mexican Government, managed by the National Bank for Public Works and Services (BANOBRAS).
COFECE is the Mexican anti-trust commission charged with supervising, promoting, and guaranteeing free access and competition in the markets, for the benefit of consumers and economic growth in Mexico.
National PPP Unit
The National Infrastructure Fund (Fonadin) is the coordination vehicle of the Government of Mexico to support the planning, design, construction and transfer of infrastructure projects with social impact or economic profitability, in which the public and private sectors participate. It seeks to maximise and facilitate the mobilisation of private capital into infrastructure projects.
The National Infrastructure Fund (Fonadin) is the coordination vehicle of the Government of Mexico to support the planning, design, construction and more.
The National Bank of Public Works and Services (BANOBRAS) is the leading institution of development banking in Mexico. Its mission is to to boost infrastructure investment and public services and to promote financial and institutional strengthening at a subnational level.
Mobilising private investment to deliver public infrastructure projects was the focus of the Global Infrastructure Hub’s 2017 Conference held in Mexico City, Mexico on May 29 and 30, 2017.
The GI Hub presented at the Latin American Infrastructure Forum in Melbourne this month.
This report evaluates recent developments regarding public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Latin America.
This report evaluates recent developments regarding public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Latin America, with particular emphasis on innovative schemes for financing large-scale projects combining private efforts and public backing.
This report examines the financial and non-financial (contractual) guarantees that have reinforced the financing for infrastructure projects developed through PPP schemes in Latin America.