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SalfaCorp greenlights US$252mn capital increase (Chile)
2011-03-10

Chile's largest construction group, SalfaCorp, has greenlighted a 120bn-peso (US$252mn) capital increase, bringing its shareholders' equity to more than 234bn pesos.

 
Cemex aims to reduce debt with US$1.2bn bond issue (Mexico)
2011-03-10

Mexican cement firm Cemex (NYSE: CX) is due to launch a US$1.2bn bond issue consisting of US$600mn in convertible subordinated notes due 2016 and US$600mn in notes due 2018.

 
Colón to receive US$33mn for infrastructure development (Panama)
2011-03-10

Panama's national government will transfer US$183mn in property tax revenue collected from Colón province's district of the same name to provincial capital Colón.

 
Tisur to invest US$262mn in Matarani port expansion (Peru)
2011-03-09

Peruvian port concessionaire Terminal Internacional del Sur (Tisur), which operates Arequipa region's Matarani port, will invest US$262mn to expand the port's storage terminal starting next year, according to general manager Erick Hein.

 
Sinaloa to invest US$113mn in state highways during 2011 (Mexico)
2011-03-09

Mexico's northwestern Sinaloa state government will invest 1.6bn pesos (US$133mn) in highway construction and repairs during 2011, according to state governor Mario López Valdez.

 
MOP to begin work on US$10mn region IX paving project by November (Chile)
2011-03-09

Chile's public works ministry (MOP) is expecting to begin construction on a paving project in southern region IX town Puerto Saavedra in October or November, a MOP official told BNamericas.

 
MOPC to spend US$170mn to improve rural roads (Paraguay)
2011-03-09

Paraguay's public works ministry (MOPC) expects to spend US$170mn to improve some 1,150km of roads in the country's eastern region under the second phase of its national rural roads program.

 
SCT to spend US$4.8bn on highways this year (Mexico)
2011-03-08

Mexico's transport and communications ministry (SCT) plans to invest more than 57bn pesos (US$4.75bn) in highway and road projects during 2011, according to minister Dionisio Pérez-Jácome.

 
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