S&P Global Ratings’ José Coballasi tells Revista Fortuna that Mexico’s infrastructure sector can succeed with or without NAFTA

In an article for Mexican publication Revista Fortuna, S&P Director José Coballasi, explains that regardless of Trump’s stance on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexico’s infrastructure sector is strong enough to weather slower levels of economic growth should the US alter the Agreement.

This is due to the sector’s overall high ratings and outlook. However, should the US pull out of the Agreement, Mexico should consider lowering its high level of natural gas imports from its northern neighbour among other actions.

More about NAFTA and Mexico’s infrastructure outlook can be read at Revista Fortuna (Spanish).

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