Peru is close to meeting its revised investment goal for PPP concessions after awarding a copper mine and a northern coastal port.
Lawmaker José Juan Espinosa has introduced a bill to reform the Mexican state's constitution to forbid private participation in the provision of water and sanitation services.
The governments of Chile's Araucanía region and Argentina's Neuquén province will hold an "extraordinary" reunion at the end of the year to treat long-dormant border projects, such as a US$1bn rail link.
The troubled Brazilian conglomerate has been trying to renegotiate its debts for a year and a half but so far with no success.
In preparation for next year's Pan American Games, the country is pushing for more investment in roads, housing and hotels.
The CNT regards the participation of private sector players as key to fuel investments in railways.