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Bridging Infrastructural Gaps in Central America

Prospects and Potential for Maritime Transport

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Published by United Nations Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries - Transportation,
  • Third World Development,
  • Developing Countries,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9743542M
    ISBN 109211215609
    ISBN 109789211215601

    Our new book, Building Development for A New Era: China’s Infrastructure Projects in Latin America and the Caribbean, analyses this phenomenon’s central trends and associated challenges. The research builds on a truly global and multidisciplinary partnership between institutions and scholars, including political scientists, economists. The Darién Gap (UK: / ˈ d ɛər i ə n, ˈ d ær-/, US: / ˌ d ɛər i ˈ ɛ n, ˌ d ɑːr-, d ɑːr ˈ j ɛ n /, Spanish: [t̪a'põn ˈd̪el daˈɾjen] Tapón del Darién, literally "Darién plug") is a break across the North and South American continents within Central America, consisting of a large watershed, forest and mountains in the northern portion of Colombia's Chocó Department.

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[Ricardo J Sánchez; Gordon Wilmsmeier; United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. División de Recursos Naturales e Infraestructura.]. Bridging infrastructural gaps in Central America: prospects a nd potential for maritime transport 20 The ports in Panama, Guatemala and Costa Rica moved the greatest share of the million.

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Yet the deficit : John Authers. The other day I had the opportunity to participate in the annual CAF conference on Infrastructure, this time held in Mexico City. The conference featured CAF's new IDEAL report on the state of infrastructure in Latin America and the conference, attended by many decision and opinion makers from across LAC, was organized around findings of the report.

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There is immense innovation, energy, and potential in Port-au-Prince and in the emerging cities of today, but the equitable development of public infrastructure is essential. Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper addresses the situation of transport infrastructure in Central America, which poses issues of insufficiency, high-costs and lack of an integrated vision in a geographic region that is exposed to vulnerabilities due to its geological, geomorphologic and climatic conditions.

The major efforts for regional integration with joint infrastructure in place Cited by:   Despite glaring gaps and years of debate about the importance of shoring up backbone systems, infrastructure investment has actually declined as a share of GDP in 11 of the G20 economies since the global financial crisis.

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