The plan Puebla - Panamá (or PPP ) is a plan presented by the government Mexicain in 2001, intended to develop the south of the country and the Central America, with an investment of 20 billion dollars over 10 years.
It is presented like a “durable and integral development project” intended for a zone including/understanding nine Mexican States (Puebla, Campeche, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Tabasco, Veracruz, Quintana Roo, Yucatan and Chiapas), of seven countries of Central America (Belize, Guatemala, El El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panamá) and of Colombia which integrated the project in 2005.
In all, 65 million inhabitants (28 million Mexicans and 37 million Centraméricains),
This project caused critical sharp and a opposition to Chiapas, in particular of the peasants having to be dislodged their grounds.
- the Puebla-Panamá plan presented by the Mexican government
- a critical article of the Puebla-Panamá plan on the site of the diplomatic World
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