President Martín Vizcarra's drive to upgrade Peru's infrastructure got a major boost after Grupo Romero won the bidding to modernize Salaverry port.
GACM, the state holding in charge of building the airport, is considering alternatives in case the mega-project does not make it on time.
The leading candidate in Mexico's July 1 presidential campaign is proposing that local residents become partners in a project to boost economic growth in this underdeveloped area.
The plan entails rehabilitating 9,850km of railways and setting up an open access system to attract more private operators.
In an interview with BNamericas, finance minister Lea Giménez Duarte says highways and sanitation projects are the priority.
Transport for London will bid for the contract as part of a consortium that includes French Keolis and Argentina's Corporación América.
A Colombian judge thinks it's likely that Roberto Prieto, who's being investigated for accepting bribes from the Brazilian company, could obstruct the case against him.