As part of a series of major reforms and initiatives, the government of Mexico released in May of 2014 a multi-year National Infrastructure Program that outlines the major programs and projects intended for execution through 2018. The government anticipates approximately $517 billion in communications, transportation, urban and rural development, energy, water, health, and tourism infrastructure investment to occur in this period. These 700+ infrastructure projects include federal, local and privately-sponsored development.
Currently there are 54 projects highlighted and the webpage will be updated at least weekly as new information or projects are announced. Interested U.S. companies can fill out a project specific interest form, and will receive a reply from the relevant Commercial Specialist within 48 hours or less. Commercial Specialists have a broad and deep knowledge of their market sectors, and can help companies make contacts, understand the bid process, and develop project-specific strategies.
To review overviews of priority projects in airports and ports, energy, and water industry sub-sectors, please select the appropriate link below or visit export.gov/mexico:
For additional information, please click the link above, or email Rebecca Armand, Principal Commercial Officer, U.S. Embassy Mexico at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Commercial Service at the U.S. Embassy Mexico is excited to announce a new webpage dedicated to promoting select Mexican infrastructure projects in the aviation/airports, energy & power, and water/wastewater sectors. The website can be accessed here: Mexico Infrastructure Projects. Infrastructure projects are critical to economic growth, and this effort is part of a U.S. Department of Commerce’s Infrastructure Initiative dedicated to highlighting infrastructure projects in three key economies (Mexico, India and the Philippines).
Watch this space for WTCGP news, events, press, and more!