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Infrastructure
A reporter makes a 10-day journey up the Paraná in search of economic cooperation between Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil.
Inadequate infrastructure is limiting the region's economic potential. Why isn't it more of a priority?
When Mexico City shutters its current airport, an area twice the size of New York's Central Park will suddenly be open for development.

The question of how global infrastructure projects can best promote green and inclusive growth while reducing enivronmental damage is particularly important to Mesoamerica.

In June of 2013, the Brazilian government passed new regulatory reform laws for ports, in hopes of modernizing current infrastructure, increasing efficiencies and driving competition.

Subway and commuter train workers in Brazil’s biggest city went on strike yesterday, paralyzing a system used daily by more than 4 million people and exacerbating already heavy traffic jams.

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