A knowledge-sharing project involving Chile's water regulator SISS and Mexico's water commission Conagua was picked by the administrators of a bilateral cooperation fund.
Utility Sedapal is the latest company to tot up damage caused by record flooding in the country, with repairs needed at treatment plants, pipelines and wells.
Ministry revises down the amount of money the retirement investment fund can loan this year for projects in the two areas.
A precipitation monitoring network is forecasting that Caribbean nations will continue facing abnormal weather conditions resulting from a lack of precipitation.
US firm EAWC and local company Tecnologías Verdes plan to build five biomass plants in Mexico, which will bring the country's total to more than 20.
Opposition legislators, citing service quality issues, are calling on the mayor not to charge some users in the district for water and to write off outstanding bills.
Officials ink collaboration deals and, in related news, Dutch development bank FMO announces the signing of a letter of intent concerning the creation of an Argentina-focused investment program.