11.3 million euros contract for property registry
El Salvador gave the control to modernize the property registry to Indra, a Spanish company.
Monday, February 2, 2009
Elsalvador.com reports on its website: "The contract was granted to the temporary union of companies made up of Indra - with 94% of the shares - and the rest by MAP-LINE, a Spanish company that specializes in digital surveying services."
The Costa Rican National Registry has started using a modern cadastral map for certifying property deeds which will provide greater security for people buying land.
By the end of 2012 the country expects to have a new system in place to enable access to a database of cartographic information.
The Spanish company was awarded the $10.3 million air traffic management contracts in Panama and Ecuador.
Guatemala has opened a special office to fight fraud in the registration of real-estate titles.
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