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Mexico Infrastructure & Sustainability Review (MISR) is your entrance into the ranks of the elite of Mexico’s infrastructure industry. Take advantage of your chance to meet and network with the leaders who are shaping Mexico’s infrastructure future, including public sector decision makers, institutional investors, issuers of financial vehicles such as CKDs and Fibras, real estate developers, as well as construction and engineering companies. The entire infrastructure value chain is here at a glance.
MISR provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments, industry trends, business strategies, operational challenges and regulatory framework in the Mexican infrastructure industry. This annual publication is based on more than 180 interviews with the business and political figures who are building the country’s future cities and is destined to serve as an essential decision-making tool at this time of change and opportunity.
Utilizing today’s most impactful business intelligence platforms – print, online and mobile – Mexico Infrastructure & Sustainability Review reaches the sector’s key players, as well as industry executives around the world. Mexico Infrastructure & Sustainability Review serves as a catalyst for growth by accelerating the exchange of essential industry information.
This is how we do it
- Cutting-edge editorial based on interviews with the most influential business leaders and key policymakers in the industry
- Dedicated editorial team combining broad experience with in-depth understanding of global trends, technological advances, and international best practices
- Editorial cooperation with the leading voices of the Mexican infrastructure industry
- Timely blog reporting on trending topics
- A uniquely customized readership that ensures unprecedented reach among key decision makers in Mexico and around the world
- Availability on today’s most impactful business intelligence platforms including print, online and iPad
State of the Infrastructure Industry
A country’s prosperity is intricately linked to the quality of its infrastructure. Concrete and steel are the building blocks of nation’s economy, boosting the competitiveness of its industries. For Mexico to join the world’s leading economies, it must invest more time and money in constructing and maintaining its infrastructure. 2018 will mark the end of Enrique Peña Nieto’s presidential term, placing the advancements of his National Infrastructure Plan (NIP) under a magnifying glass. With the country’s hefty US$544 billion infrastructure gap, Mexico would need to spend more on developing its road, rail, port and airport infrastructure fast, or else economic growth could be jeopardized. Against this backdrop, 2017 was a year of uncertainty and caution but Mexico was able to rise up and demonstrate its attractiveness to global investors. The private sector continues to boost the performance of the construction industry and a financial gap has created new opportunities for institutional investors to become involved in infrastructure through the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV).
Ahead of the 2018 elections, SCT is eager to check off as many commitments as possible from its list and will place its efforts not only on the remaining projects, but also in rebuilding three states damaged by the September 2017 earthquakes. The clock is ticking and the country’s growth depends on the completion of much-needed projects such as NAICM and the Mexico-Toluca Interurban Train to keep up with its fast-growing cities. Sustainability will come through investment and the development of inclusive and competitive cities, which will drive the future of the country.