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Infrastructure Development
The games accomplished precisely what their organizers intended.
Mega-events and oil exploration were supposed to bring prosperity – instead, Rio de Janeiro is struggling to pay its debts.
Putting a decent roof over everyone's head in the Caribbean could cost $18 billion – but governments in the region are making progress.
A new constitution for Mexico City could help make the capital more accessible.
Inadequate infrastructure is limiting the region's economic potential. Why isn't it more of a priority?
This week's podcast looks at the deep-rooted problems and common misconceptions of Rio’s favelas.
Cuando el actual aeropuerto de la Ciudad de México cambie de domicilio, su terreno (dos veces más grande que Central Park en Nueva York) quedará libre y abierto al desarrollo de proyectos.
When Mexico City shutters its current airport, an area twice the size of New York's Central Park will suddenly be open for development.
Human rights issues shade Obama's visits to Cuba and Argentina. Plus: Colombia faces peace deadline; Venezuela goes on a long holiday; and more.
Months before the 2016 Games, the Vila Autódromo favela is a flashpoint for anger with Rio Olympics development.

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