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The objective of this document is to contribute to the knowledge of the situation of public and private investments in economic infrastructure in recent years (2008-2013) in Latin America.
Evidence-based potential efficiency gains in public infrastructure spending in Latin America and the Caribbean.
This article analyzes the recent evolution of infrastructure investment in Latin America.