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Mexico's Aguascalientes state will have invested 135mn pesos (US$9.8mn) in water and drainage infrastructure by year-end, according to a state government release.
Potable water works, with a total investment of 68.4mn pesos, include 52 projects to expand the distribution network, the installation and relocation of 11 wells and installation of operation and monitoring systems.
The state will also spend 66.9mn pesos on the extension and construction of 50 drainage systems and pipelines, according to the release.
The works are part of Aguascalientes' 2.24bn-peso public spending budget for 2011.