Mexico to invest $315 billion in public works
The Government of Mexico has announced plans to invest $315 billion in infrastructure projects over the next five years.
The plans include remodelling and building six airports, several seaports, three inter-city passenger trains, a new Monterrey subway line and a train system for the city of Guadalajara.
President Enrique Peña Nieto added that if a tax reform is approved in September this year, the amount of investment could be higher.
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