The general secretary and legal representative for the operator of Puerto de Barranquilla told BNamericas about how the city is aiming to improve its port infrastructure and become Colombia's top port.
Installation of the structure's first piles will begin in October or November, while the overall works are now expected to be finished by 2021.
China's CCCC reportedly have suspended negotiations over the highway and changed their focus to investments in railroad sector.
Although the federal transport ministry is still working to repair some roads, the country's connectivity has mostly recovered according to authorities.
Changes relate to taxes and price estimations. The deadline to submit technical and economic offers is currently October 4th.