This week, we feature major waterworks stories in five countries.
Two high-level executives from Grupo Financiero Interacciones spoke with BNamericas about the positive 2017 prospects for the country's infrastructure sector.
Authorities highlight that investment in infrastructure in this sector has exceeded US$1.7bn.
The initiative will provide water and sewerage services to 100% of the inhabitants in the city of Santa Marta. The previous aqueduct operator was forced to give back control following a court ruling and massive protests over poor service.
The official budget for the project is US$91mn and works will be done to convert a 30km stretch of national road Ruta 33 into a highway as part of a larger road improvement program.
The Asian country's international trade agency signed a cooperation agreement with the Mexican authorities to share knowledge and best practices.
The tender winners will prepare concessions in the states of Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Norte, and Acre.