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Mexico's Oaxaca state government plans to invest 56bn pesos (US$4.82bn) in infrastructure programs over the next five years, Radio Fórmula reported.
State governor Gabino Cué recently presented the state's 2011-16 master development plan, which includes construction of major highways Oaxaca-Istmo and Oaxaca-Costa and the Libramiento Sur bypass.
The plan also involves water infrastructure works such as the Paso Ancho dam and a 2bn-peso project to clean up the Salado and Atoyac rivers.
Funds for the proposed works will be provided by the state, the federal government, natural disaster fund Fonden and the transport and communications ministry (SCT).