Infrastructure: The week in 10 stories

Friday, January 11, 2019


The government is evaluating changes to the method of selecting winners of highway contracts.

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Cement sales are poised to increase 3.3% this year.


Authorities want to have sorted out all the details of the rail line needed for San Antonio's US$3.3bn outer port by the end of this year.

The government plans a concession for a new road connecting La Serena and the Elqui Valley.


Bogotá is seeking a US$120mn compensation from convicted former executives of the Nule group.

The government authorized a second debt payment to financiers of the Ruta del Sol 2 concession, which was canceled in the wake of the Odebrecht scandal.


Four companies involved in the canceled Mexico City mega airport are considering international arbitration to get more compensation from the government.


The government outlined an US$11bn investment plan until for 2019-2021.

Authorities plan to launch the tender for the US$300mn Bluefields port concession in July.


Finnish firm UPM was the sole bidder for a pulp port terminal in Montevideo.