BNamericas provides a roundup of last week's most important infrastructure news in Latin America.
Colombian prosecutors allege that Roberto Prieto received US$224,000 from the company before he headed the campaign.
BNamericas spoke with the firm's representative for Chile, Argentina and Peru about the recently presented Santiago-Valparaíso high-speed train and other projects in Chile it's set eyes on.
The resolution was approved following an investigation into the rejection of the Dominga mining project.
The works were being carried out to upgrade and widen the so-called Gulf Coast highway.
The cash-strapped Brazilian state faces challenges to guarantee public security.
Investment amounted to 123mn reais.