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Fortaleza's metro postponed to 2011 (Brazil)
2009-09-23

Brazil's Ceará state has postponed the inauguration of capital Fortaleza's metro system, being built by state-owned company Metrofor, to June 2011, national union of architecture and engineering firms Sinaenco said in a release.

 
IDB approves loan to draw up final design of access roads to international bridge (Paraguay)
2009-09-23

IDB has approved a US$720,000 loan to Paraguay for the design of new access roads to the second international bridge Presidente Franco-Porto Meira connecting to Brazil, Paraguay's finance ministry reported in a release.

 
Santos Brasil investing US$156mn to expand Imbituba port terminal (Brazil)
2009-09-23

Brazilian container terminal operator Santos Brasil is investing 283mn reais (US$156mn) to expand and renovate its Tecon terminal in Santa Catarina state's Imbituba port, a Santos Brasil spokesperson told BNamericas.

 
MOPC approves start of works on US$20mn Ruta IV project (Paraguay)
2009-09-22

Paraguay's public works and communications ministry (MOPC) has approved the start of works to modernize 134km on the Ruta IV highway.

 
ALL to issue US$722mn in convertible bonds (Brazil)
2009-09-22

Brazilian railway operator América Latina Logística (ALL) (Bovespa: ALLL11) has announced plans to issue 1.3bn reais (US$722mn) in three-year convertible bonds.

 
MOP inaugurates US$13mn roadworks in region IV (Chile)
2009-09-22

Chile's public works (MOP) minister Sergio Bitar on September 16 opened roadworks totaling 7.1bn pesos (US$13mn) in region IV, MOP reported in a release.

 
Codesp launches tender for Cargill bulk terminal in Santos (Brazil)
2009-09-22

São Paulo state port authority Codesp has launched a tender to concession a bulk solids terminal in Santos port.

 
Only 10% of PAC logistics projects carried out, study finds (Brazil)
2009-09-22

Only 10% of the planned investments in logistics infrastructure under Brazil's growth acceleration plan PAC have actually been carried out by the government, according to a study produced by local logistics and supply chain institute ILOS.

 
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