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Tag Results for "Infrastructure"

Argentina To Improve the Buenos Aires Railroad System with IDB Support

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved a conditional credit line for $1.2 billion to finance a program to improve metropolitan railroads in Argentina. The Bank also approved the first loan in the credit line for $300 million for the Plaza Constitución–La Plata branch of the General Roca Railroad, which will benefit 2.4 million people in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area. continue reading »

LatAm’s Economic Growth Depends on Investments in Infrastructure

Investment in badly needed infrastructure will enable Latin America to continue growing even as the region's raw materials boom begins to subside, Latin American and Chinese experts said here Wednesday. continue reading »

IDB Lends El Salvador $25 Million to Improve Coastal Tourism

El Salvador’s Ministry of Tourism will receive a $25 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to finance the development of tourism attractions in La Libertad and Usulután coastal regions. continue reading »

Colombia Prepares to Launch $2.25 Billion Road-concession Process

Colombia's National Infrastructure Agency, or ANI, said it will launch a road-concession process next week aimed at awarding an estimated 4 trillion pesos ($2.25 billion) worth of contracts for the construction of 550 kilometers (340 miles) of roads. continue reading »

Brazil Earmarks Nearly $26 Billion for Port Modernization

Brazil's government on Thursday unveiled plans to invest 54.2 billion reais ($25.8 billion) over the next four years to modernize the country's ports. continue reading »

Spanish Firm Creating 2,000 Jobs Throughout Latin America

Spain-based technology multinational Indra Sistemas plans to strengthen its commitment to Latin America by hiring between 1,500 and 2,000 local employees in that region in 2013, half of them in Brazil. continue reading »

Cuban Power Grid to Receive $50 M Investment

The Cuban government plans to invest $50 million to upgrade Havana's aging electricity grid, which has been plagued by power outages in recent weeks, state television reported. continue reading »