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Guadalajara to begin works on US$35mn low emissions corridor in Oct (Mexico)
2009-10-01

Mexico's Jalisco state government has announced plans to build the first low emissions corridor in the metropolitan area of capital Guadalajara, paper El Informador reported.   Construction of the corridor will allow for the increase of vehicular speeds in the area to 48km/h from 18km/h witho...

 
MOP presents 2009-10 concessions portfolio (Chile)
2009-10-01

The concessions division at Chile's public works ministry (MOP) presented its 2009-10 project portfolio at a seminar in capital Santiago on Wednesday.   "Between 1991 and 2009, we signed 55 contracts involving more than 140 foreign and local companies," said Leonel Vivallos, head of...

 
Copper theft could put US$19bn bullet train at risk - analyst (Brazil)
2009-10-01

Brazil's hopes of implementing a bullet train to link the cities of Río de Janeiro, São Paulo and Campinas could be dashed by the effects of local crime on the system's financial feasibility, an analyst from the country's transport ministry told BNamericas.   Copper theft has be...

 
MOP to hold international concessions seminar to discuss 2009-10 projects (Chile)
2009-09-30

Chile's public works ministry (MOP) will hold an international concessions seminar on September 30 in capital Santiago, the ministry reported in a release. At the event, MOP minister Sergio Bitar, concessions coordinator Ricardo Trincado and other specialists will discuss challenges for 2009-10. ...

 
China to finance US$600mn train from La Paz to Oruro (Bolivia)
2009-09-30

Bolivia's deputy transport minister José Kinn announced that China will finance a high-speed train project to connect the cities of La Paz and Oruro in 75 minutes, local and international press reported. The project requires an investment of US$600mn and the financing was agreed to during a...

 
Santos port expansion requires US$2.9bn by 2024 - Codesp (Brazil)
2009-09-30

An expansion plan for Brazil's Santos port complex will cost 5.2bn reais (US$2.91bn), São Paulo state port authority Codesp reported in a release. More than 70% of the investment will be made by the private sector and the remainder by the state government, which is in charge of improving ma...

 
Cemex completes US$1.78bn global share offering (Mexico)
2009-09-30

Mexican cement manufacturer Cemex (NYSE: CX) has completed a global public offering of 1.5bn of its ordinary participation certificates (CPOs), the company said in a release. Of the total offered, 1.12bn CPOs were sold in the US and other countries, directly or in the form of American Depositary S...

 
Paraná draws up priority project list for 2014 World Cup (Panama)
2009-09-29

Authorities from Brazil's Paraná state are drawing up a list of priority projects for the 2014 World Cup, the official organizing committee Copa 2014 reported on its website.   Officials have until the second week of October to request funds from the 5bn-real (US$2.79bn) budget the fed...

 
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