Cauca Valley regional autonomous corporation CVC is awaiting two permits from Colombia's national highway institute Invias and railroad company Ferrovias to continue with the construction of a US$22.3 aqueduct in the valley's north. CVC and Colombia's transport ministry have met to try to quicken the process, CVC director Oscar Libardo Campo said. CVC has been waiting for the permits for almost a year. Invias will give the authorization this week to install the aqueduct tubes on the Panorama highway, according to Invias regional director Beatriz Narvaez.
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