Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, BlackRock and more than 60 consortiums interested in investing in the Mayan Train

The Mayan Train will be developed through the formula of Public-Private Partnership (APP), will be divided into seven sections the thousand 500 kilometers that will comprise the entire project

Rogelio Jiménez Pons, general director of the National Fund for Tourism Promotion (Fonatur) announced that there is interest from the national bank in investing in the Maya Train project.

Institutions such as Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, BlackRock, and 60 other consortiums are interested in participating in the tenders for the basic engineering of the Mayan Train, whose failure and signing of contracts will be announced in August.

The official explained that the bulk of the work will begin in 2020, year in which the Federal Government will receive a budget of some two thousand 200 million pesos, mainly for the payment of rights of way up to 40 years old, and is estimated that the Mayan Train enters into operation in 2023.

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The Mayan Train will be developed through the formula of Public-Private Partnership (APP), will be divided into seven sections the 1,500 kilometers that will comprise the entire railway project, each of which will consist of about 214 kilometers and will have a cost Approximately one thousand 100 million dollars.

Source: revoluciontrespuntocero

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