Mexico is considered to be an attractive destination for private infrastructure investment. Mexico’s government is committed to transform the country into a world class logistics platform by promoting the development of infrastructure, as well as by maintaining the existing one, while encouraging a balanced regional development and a sustainable urban growth.
Today, Mexico offers competitive conditions for the private sector’s participation in infrastructure projects, such as: a) a full commitment to constant public investment; b) a well-defined strategy, supported by long term planning; c) diversified long term public and private funding, in local and foreign currencies; and, d) a solid institutional and legal framework.
Under this favorable environment, it is important that both, investors and developers, domestic and foreign, are well informed of the specific characteristics of the Mexican market, and the requirements that should be met when investing in any sector.
This section provides useful information related to the main institutions, actors, and sectors involved in infrastructure development in Mexico, including national and sectorial plans, regulatory and control agencies, and key processes during the structuring and executions stages of the projects. Additionally, this document contains a description of the regulatory framework applicable to public private partnerships, and the different financing options that are available in the market.