DENVER, Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ProLogis (NYSE: PLD), the leading global provider of distribution facilities, announced today the release of a new research report, titled "Mexico's Evolving Network of Modern Interstate Roadways."
This report outlines the progress that Mexico has achieved in expanding and modernizing its interstate highway system, in line with the National Infrastructure Program that was launched in 2007. It also analyzes how these infrastructure improvements will increase connectivity throughout the country in addition to facilitating the integration of disjointed local economies into one national economic powerhouse.
"No country can have a first-rate economy without a first-rate infrastructure," said Brittany Whitfield, research analyst for ProLogis. "When complete, Mexico's modernized federal highway network will provide greater security and mobility to the population and also facilitate the economic integration of different geographic sectors of the country. Increasing the quality and efficiency of Mexico's roads will directly impact Mexico's economic development and continued prosperity."
For a copy of the report, please visit: http://ir.prologis.com/research/MexicoInfrastructureWinter2011.cfm.
The ProLogis Research Group monitors, analyzes and reports on key trends and dynamics in both real estate and supply chain management, drawing from industry data and primary research conducted by company analysts and a network of affiliated academics and other professionals. Past reports have focused on global supply chain dynamics, internet retailing, RFID technology, offshore outsourcing and other related topics. For more, please visit http://ir.prologis.com/research.cfm.
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