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Mexico to invest US$200mn in damaged water infra in Baja California

Bnamericas Published: Tuesday, October 18, 2022
Mexico to invest US$200mn in damaged water infra in Baja California

Mexican water authority Conagua has been granted 4.4bn-peso (US$200mn) in federal government funds to invest in reconstructing water infrastructure in three municipalities of Baja California Sur state.

The works are required after heavy rainfall caused by Hurricane Kay led to significant damage in early September. The government declared a natural disaster in Comondú, La Paz and Mulegé municipalities later in the month.  

According to the finance ministry’s investment portfolio, the funds will be allocated this year, following the urgent request submitted by Conagua. 

Requests for funds from the federal government usually include detailed information on how and on what the resources will be spent, but this one only specifies that funds will be used for reconstruction works for water systems in the three municipalities. 

The money is scheduled to be spent this year, according to the ministry.

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