BNamericas provides a roundup of the most important Infrastructure news in Latin America.
Loma Negra said that the new line would be installed at its Olavarría plant in Buenos Aires province and that it would increase the company's production capacity by 40%.
The conglomerate is expected to continue selling assets.
The Antioquía-Bolívar highway became the ninth initiative under the 4G highway program to fulfill all of its financial agreements.
The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved a number of loans and grants to fund various infrastructure projects on several islands in the Caribbean.
BNamericas spoke to Laura Sharkey, analyst at political consultancy Control Risks, about the balancing act that Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno is facing as he tries to steer the country's economy and attract foreign investments while also fighting with his predecessor, Rafael Correa.