Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Closing the 10-year "gap" in infrastructure

On February 23, investment promotion agency Invest in Guatemala published a report addressing the country's 10-year "gap" in infrastructure development.

In addition to describing the country's infrastructure as "expensive and insufficient," the report says investment in the sector, in terms of GDP, is far less than the regional average.

BNamericas spoke with Invest in Guatemala executive director Mario Marroquín about the reasons for this gap and how the country plans to solve the problem.

Read a transcript of the interview here.

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