BNamericas provides a roundup of the most important Water and Waste news in Latin America.
The Mexican state earmarks more than US$52mn of the total for under-construction line No. 3 of capital Monterrey's metro system.
Brazil is getting ready to tender 17 state waterworks concessions over the next year or so, and Rio de Janeiro state could turn out to be the most attractive in terms of opportunities.
Bolivia, which is recovering from a severe drought, is advancing plans for a build-out of its water and wastewater-management infrastructure.
The agreement is focused on technical cooperation in the areas of water and sanitation.
Brazil's development bank, after a prequalifying round, has provisionally selected three consortiums for contracts to plan concession models for Alagoas, Amapá, Maranhão and Pará states, BNamericas is told.