Mexico's ports sector is forecast to experience the most robust growth in industry value in the coming years, according to the "Mexico Infrastructure Report Q1 2010". Researchers at Business Monitor International note, "There is an upside risk to our forecasts for the port infrastructure industry value if the Punta Colonet project materialises." The report, available, here, costs $394.
Another comment from the report: "Mexico's Ministry of Transport and Communications announced a restructuring of the Punta Colonet project to better reflect the changed global economic realities, which have culminated in a steep contraction of global trade. The ministry is taking the same approach it took for the concession of the FARAC highway packages, which proved to be a success in getting investors interested in the project."
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