Mexico agrees $13bn infra proposals

The government of Mexico has created Special Economic Zones (SEZ) to deliver $13bn of private sector infrastructure investment.

The main goal of the SEZ model is to provide fiscal incentives to boost development in the selected areas, which so far are the port regions of Puerto Chiapas and Lázaro Cárdenas-La Unión, as well as Coatzacoalcos, one of the most important ports of the south of Mexico.  

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