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Mexico

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
First FARAC Highway Concession Package Roads 2007 $4,167.00
Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana (TFM) Railways 1997 $2,270.00
Los Ramones Gas Pipeline Phase II Norte Natural Gas 2015 $1,654.00
Pacific Airports Group Airports 1999 $1,564.70
Avantel ICT 1995 $1,428.00
Metro Line 12 rolling stock Railways 2011 $1,400.00
Cordoba-Veracruz y La Tinaja-Cosoleacaque Toll Roads Roads 1990 $1,173.90
Maravatio-Zapotlanejo Toll Road Roads 1992 $1,156.70
Los Ramones Gás Pipeline Phase II Sur Natural Gas 2014 $1,111.00
Guadalajara-Tepic Toll Road Roads 1990 $1,031.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Toluca - Atlacomulco Highway Roads 2016 $320.80
Camargo Solar Power Plant Electricity 2016 $45.00
Los Ramones Gas Pipeline Phase II Norte Natural Gas 2015 $1,654.00
El Encino - La Laguna Natural Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 2015 $826.20
Veracruz and Medellin Water and Sewerage Services Water and sewerage 2015 $730.00
Tuxpan Container Terminal Ports 2015 $370.00
Manzanillo TEC II (Phase II) Ports 2015 $345.00
Libramiento de Ciudad Obregon Roads 2015 $72.10
Ramal Tula Natural Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 2015 $65.70
Ensenada Desalination Plant Water and sewerage 2015 $48.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
First FARAC Highway Concession Package Roads 2007 $4,167.00
Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana (TFM) Railways 1997 $2,270.00
Los Ramones Gas Pipeline Phase II Norte Natural Gas 2015 $1,654.00
Pacific Airports Group Airports 1999 $1,564.70
Avantel ICT 1995 $1,428.00
Metro Line 12 rolling stock Railways 2011 $1,400.00
Los Ramones Gás Pipeline Phase II Sur Natural Gas 2014 $1,111.00
Gas Natural Mexico Natural Gas 1998 $1,007.80
Macquarie Marena Wind Farm Electricity 2012 $1,006.00
El Zapotillo Aqueduct Water and sewerage 2014 $987.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Toluca - Atlacomulco Highway Roads 2016 $320.80
Camargo Solar Power Plant Electricity 2016 $45.00
Los Ramones Gas Pipeline Phase II Norte Natural Gas 2015 $1,654.00
El Encino - La Laguna Natural Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 2015 $826.20
Veracruz and Medellin Water and Sewerage Services Water and sewerage 2015 $730.00
Tuxpan Container Terminal Ports 2015 $370.00
Manzanillo TEC II (Phase II) Ports 2015 $345.00
Libramiento de Ciudad Obregon Roads 2015 $72.10
Ramal Tula Natural Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 2015 $65.70
Ensenada Desalination Plant Water and sewerage 2015 $48.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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4.22/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Resources

    • 2016
    • PPIAF, World Bank Group (WBG)

    The State of PPPs

    Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets & Developing Economies 1991-2015

    Governments have long acknowledged the key role infrastructure plays in economic growth and poverty reduction. As countries face growing demand for infrastructure, Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) continue to play a crucial role in improving efficiencies in delivering public services, one of the key elements to narrowing the infrastructure gap. This becomes even more important as history shows that shifting the development, maintenance, and operational risk on to the private sector often results in higher quality and overall better results than government provisioning. This report uses data from the PPI Database to analyze broad trends of PPP investment in infrastructure from 1991 to 2015. Specifically, it examines factors behind...

    • 2010
    • PPIAF
    • PPIAF

    PPIAF Helps Mexican State Quintana Roo Raise $196 Million for Infrastructure

    With PPIAF's Sub-national Technical Assistance support, the State of Quintana Roo successfully mobilized long-term debt in 2009, despite the financial crisis, by providing a well-conceived investment opportunity that met the demanding standards of lenders. The construction work made possible by this financing is helping to offset job losses in the state, which resulted from the economic downturn in tourism and exports.

    • 2015
    • Government of Mexico

    Programa para el Impulso de Asociaciones Publico-Privadas en Estados Mexicanos

    Program for the promotion of PPPs in Mexican States

    A través del Programa para el Impulso de Asociaciones Público-Privadas en Estados Mexicanos (PIAPPEM), el Fondo Multilateral de Inversiones (FOMIN) del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), brinda apoyo técnico y financiero a las entidades federativas de México para crear las condiciones jurídicas, institucionales y técnicas necesarias para el desarrollo de proyectos de Asociación Público-Privada de carácter estatal a través de mecanismos alternativos a la inversión pública tradicional con el fin de que ofrezcan infraestructura y servicios.

    • 2005
    • Richard Sharp
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Results of Railway Privatization in Latin America

    The report reviews the performance of railway concessions in Latin America until 2004. It analyzes the impact of privatization on relevant factors for railway performance such as traffic growth, operational efficiency and investment. Countries covered include Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Bolivia, Chile, Peru and Colombia.    

    • 1997
    • Jeff Ruster

    A Retrospective on the Mexican Toll Road Program (1989-94)

    In 1989, Mexico initiated a private toll road program of fifty-three concessions involving an investment of about US$13 billion in limited recourse financing over the period 1989-94. The program more than doubled the size of the national toll road network, but miscalculations of investment costs and overoptimistic forecasts of operating income undermined the viability of the toll roads. An already bad situation was made worse by the Mexican currency crisis of December 1994, and the private toll road initiative came to a virtual standstill. Local commercial banks were saddled with nonperforming loans estimated at US$4.5 billion to US$5.5 billion. Concessionaires and their affiliates have been faced with writing off large portions of...

    • 2008
    • Alan de Brauw and John Hoddinott
    • International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

    Must Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Be Conditioned to Be Effective?

    The impact of conditioning transfers on school enrollment in Mexico

    A growing body of evidence suggests that conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs can have strong, positive effects on a range of welfare indicators for poor households in developing countries. However, the contribution of individual program components toward achieving these outcomes is not well understood. This paper contributes to filling this gap by explicitly testing the importance of conditionality on one specific outcome related to human capital formation (namely school enrollment), using data collected during the evaluation of Mexico’s Programa de Educación, Salud, y Alimentación (PROGRESA) CCT program. The authors exploit the fact that some PROGRESA beneficiaries who received transfers did not receive the forms needed to monitor...

    • 2016
    • Centro de Estudios de las Finanzas Públicas (CEFP)

    Public Private Partnerships as a Financing Alternative for Governments

    Las Asociaciones Público Privadas como Alternativa de Financiamiento para las Entidades Federativas

    • 2011
    • International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    Mexico: Toluca and Tlalnepantla Hospitals

    Brief on IFC's PPP advisory support to the government of Mexico for the setup of two PPP contracts for the construction of two new 120 bed hospitals.

Date last reviewed: November 8, 2016

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