The Brazilian state development bank's new financing instrument will have an asset base of US$120mn.
Works for the West access in Argentina began to be tendered
The incoming government will invest some US$6.39bn to develop transport infrastructure projects.
A study was commissioned to determine whether there can be simultaneous flights at the Benito Juárez and Santa Lucía airports, both in Mexico City.
The country's weak economic performance impacts cargo volume.
The president-elect also promised to compensate those localities affected by the project's construction.
Some 500mn pesos will be allocated to social and cultural infrastructure, 350mn pesos to water and sanitation initiatives and 350mn pesos to energy projects.
The BR-163 highway is administered by MS Via, a subsidiary of infrastructure group CCR.