The bioenergy unit of the troubled Brazilian conglomerate will be called Atvos.
Representatives of Santa Fe's provincial government established a long-term strategic alliance with the World Bank's IFC as part of its efforts to obtain funds to pave roads in the province.
As demographic and economic growth create new challenges for urban landscapes, BNamericas spoke to the Latin American director of the 100 Resilient Cities network about how authorities can face these new scenarios.
The tender entails the construction of a medium voltage power distribution network, substations, and the structured cabling infrastructure (subsystems) of the future airport that is currently under construction.
The project entails a 16km corridor between regional capital Concepción and Coronel municipality in the Biobío region (VIII).
The concessionaire is challenging a government decision to allow commercial flights from a smaller airport near Confins, which serves Belo Horizonte, the capital of Brazil's Minas Gerais state.