The global economic downturn seems to have bottomed out, and Mexico’s government is re-committing to construction of their $5 billion mega-port in what is currently the sleepy fishing village of Punta Colonet on the Pacific Coast. The executive coordinator of the project, Jose Rubio, said today that the development plan remains in force; changes in the the bidding process will soon be announced by the Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT) .
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There are some fresh insights into the Punta Colonet project at this blog, and also at this one.
Punta Colonet Mega-Port to be Bid in Spring 2011, Regardless of Panama Canal Expansion, Says Mexico Secretary of Communications & Transportation; Ferromex/Union Pacific Considering Bidding on Rail Portion - California’s container ports at Long Beach and Los Angeles will be over capacity, even when the Panama Canal expansion Is finished in 2014, says Juan Fra...