As various multilateral agencies and researchers peer into Latin America’s prospects in 2014 and beyond, a persistent theme is emerging. Structural changes in the international economy are no longer as supportive for the region as they were for much of the last decade. In tougher times more self- help is needed. And one area where new policies and investment could have a major impact for the better is the region’s rather creaky transport and logistics networks.

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