The new Mexican revolution is starting to show its presence. As elections tend to come closer, the president is putting forward hopes to the county, in disputing corruption. Additionally, there is even a check on certain never-ending drug wars around the country.
All this in the notice of a new leader, who along with some nationalists continue to outspan spirit and promise to develop the poorest regions of the populations. The infrastructure developments in Mexico is a key feature of the campaign to relaunch Mexico’s economy. Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Mexico’s president is repeating the needs to increase infrastructural spending in the country. Put forward by political remuneration, it will fulfil mostly the country’s absolute needs, such as job creation and monetary statistics. The statistics made by certain market research reports put the base of Mexico on a global hub. Thus, the gap between the trendline of investment in infrastructure is accounting to be around 545 Billion Dollars in the coming decade.
What is the program about?
The former mayor of Mexico city, Obrador is betting the part of his career to enhancing the capital of infrastructure. The electoral programme he is leading is further doubling up large projects, stimulating the country’s economic growth. Currently, Obrador is also pledging to spend somewhat 4.5 per cent of the country’s domestic product values on infrastructure and social programmes of the country. Additionally, he plans to discontinue certain projects which are rising in price tags, so that the resources of infrastructure are on a balancing spree.
Certain projects such as the 13 billion Nuevo Aeropuerto airport project is on the site of rejection, which is aiming for a 140 million passenger upholding. The audit calls of this is a reminder of the plans he wishes to undertake in the recent times. The report put forward by him involves a scrutiny of the costs and project’s technical characteristics.
Obrador’s campaign is aiming at a probable option of putting a future economy. It will substantially modernize the existing airports namely, Military airport of Santa Lucia and Benito Juarez International Airport. The reason for the decision is that of cost, as both of them costs less and completion of the process will take around 3 years.