The construction company offered around US$18mn for a concession of six municipal parks, significantly more than its closest competitor.
The head of operator Fesur said that the objective is to have the studies for the US$66mn project ready by the time the new Biobío rail bridge is finished.
TCVAL decided against continuing the project to build a new container terminal in Valparaíso, citing delays in environmental reviews.
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration has expressed interest in the project, which has also received the backing of the Central American parliament.
The president of Mexico's Banco Industrial de China said the bank aims to extend US$2bn in financing to Mexican firms and large-scale projects in the next five years, as Mexican and Chinese officials meet to discuss expanded investment.
The two banks signed a US$32mn loan contract to finance dredging works at Puerto Quequén, which will be carried out by Jan de Nul.
The president previously announced that the line would be completed in December.