Chile’s New President Set On Infra Growth

Chile’s new conservative leader Santiago Piñera stepped up to the presidency on March 11 promising to use infrastructure investment as a tool to boost the economy. Chile aspires to grow infrastructure to 3.5% of GNP.

Saying that Chile is halfway to that target, Piñera inherits a portfolio of unsolicited Private Initiative (PI) deals, some approved and others awaiting review, together with P3 deals left over from the previous administration of Michelle Bachelet. The deals are attracting international attention.

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