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Private solutions for infrastructure in Mexico, Volume 1
 
Country:Mexico; Date Stored:2004/08/18
Document Date:2003/02/01Document Type:Publication
SubTopics:Environmental Economics & Policies; Town Water Supply and Sanitation; Banks & Banking Reform; Health Economics & Finance; Public Sector EconomicsISBN:0-8213-5414-0
Language:EnglishRegion:Latin America & Caribbean
Report Number:29796Collection Title:A country framework report
Volume No:1  

Summary: This report analyzes regulatory and efficiency issues in the telecommunications, natural gas, urban water and sanitation, and transport sectors. After reviewing recent performance in these sectors, the report identifies areas where changes in the policy and regulatory environment could yield better outcomes for future transactions, or broaden and deepen private involvement. The findings reveal considerable potential for private sector participation in infrastructure service provision in Mexico. They also show how the country's experience has been less successful than that of many other countries because of gaps in the regulatory framework, poor concession design and implementation, and the lack of a coherent strategy that clearly defines the roles of the public and private sectors.

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