Project Finance: Heading in a new direction

Colombia’s multibillion-dollar plan to upgrade its creaking infrastructure got off to a flying start with the financing of a toll-road linking three of the country’s most commercially important regions

Project Finance: Heading in a new direction
Juan Carlos Rocha and Ronald Lachner

“We are undertaking the most ambitious investment programme in the history of Colombia,” announced Germán Vargas Lleras, the country’s former vice president, of the fourth generation (4G) road infrastructure programme. That is no overstatement. Totalling 47 projects representing 8,000 kilometres of roads and 3,500 kilometres of highways – all at a projected cost of US$30 billion – the 4G programme is the largest of its kind in Latin America.



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