New legislation on ports gets mixed reviews.
Investor interest has picked up but as far as international financial markets are concerned, the country’s prospects are still surrounded by gloom.
In spite of difficulties, low-income housing is still an opportunity.
The government's latest stimulus measure opens up credit lines for beneficiaries of its housing scheme to buy white goods and furniture.
The approval of new legislation on ports opens investment opportunities.
The government is set to offer a higher rate of return.
Road and rail concessions were slower than expected.
New mining code should increase average rates of royalties.
Consumer confidence is low and retail sales growth is slowing but sectors such as tourism and education still offer opportunities for investors.
Uncertainties surrounding funding mechanisms and investors' returns are holding up bidding for highway concessions, but the government is accelerating the pace of funding for new infrastructure projects.