Mexico moves five places in the WEF index of infrastructure

The country climbed five positions in the Global Competitiveness Index for quality infrastructure. Nine items that make up the indicator, the country rise in six.

Mexico jumped five places in the Global Competitiveness Index of the World Economic Forum (WEF , for its acronym in English) for quality of infrastructure , rising from 69th in 2014 to 64th , according to the report from 2015 to 2016 . The index ranks 140 countries.

Of the nine subcategories that make up the backbone infrastructure, Mexico moved into six: rail infrastructure ( 64 to 61), port infrastructure (62 to 57), airport infrastructure (63 to 55), power quality (80 to 73) and number of fixed lines (69 to 66).

He stepped back as the roads (52 to 54) and mobile subscriptions (111 to 112). He remained at the site 21 in availability of airline seats.