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Morales reiterates intention to nationalize rail, power (Bolivia)
2009-07-08

Bolivia's President Evo Morales said he is not ignoring the nationalization of rail operators and power generators, government news agency ABI reported.

 
Abdib: Country needs to invest US$81.5bn/y (Brazil)
2009-07-08

Brazil needs to invest 161bn reais/y (US$81.5bn/y) in infrastructure for the next five years, according to a study by national infrastructure and basic industries association Abdib.

 
FEATURE: Making up for lost time (Costa Rica)
2009-07-08

The global financial crisis and the financing restrictions it has brought about have not stopped Costa Rica from moving steadily towards its goal of modernizing the country's infrastructure by increasing private participation in key projects.

 
Bi-oceanic corridor due to be ready in 2011 (Regional)
2009-07-08

The bi-oceanic corridor connecting Brazil, Bolivia and Chile will be fully completed by 2011, government officials said following a meeting to evaluate progress on the highway in Bolivian city Cochabamba.

 
Cemex Q2 revenues to plummet, says financial group (Mexico)
2009-07-08

Mexican financial group IXE expects local cement manufacturer Cemex (NYSE: CX) to report Q2 revenues of US$4.40bn, a 30.7% year-on-year drop, paper El Porvenir reported.

 
CAF approves US$110mn for Quito highway (Ecuador)
2009-07-08

The Andean Development Corporation (CAF) has approved a US$110mn loan to Ecuador to partly finance the construction of a highway, the entity reported in a release.

 
Ministers to inspect progress on bi-oceanic corridor (Regional)
2009-07-06

The public works ministers of Chile, Bolivia and Brazil will meet in Bolivian city Cochabamba on July 4 to evaluate progress on the bi-oceanic corridor connecting the three countries, a Chilean public works ministry (MOP) official told BNamericas.

 
Zoellick: Increased lending may force World Bank to up capital (Regional)
2009-07-06

The World Bank Group may have to seek additional funding to increase its capital base if it keeps disbursing loans at the rate it has been recently, its president Robert Zoellick told press Friday at a summit of regional finance ministers in Viña del Mar, Chile.

 
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