$23 Million for Colón Infrastructure

The funds will be used to improve infrastructure in 5 municipalities of the Panamanian city.

Monday, April 20, 2009

The Inter-American Development Bank will finance $20 million and the remaining $3 million will be provided by the Government.

According to a note published in prensa.com, the works will be implemented over the next 4 years until 2012, and they will include several infrastructure projects such as “the remodeling of eight small islands in the avenida central park."

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Fedecrédito to Finance Construction of Municipal Markets

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Guatemala: $10 Million for Cleaning Lake Atitlán

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The Government of Guatemala will invest $10 million in water treatment plants in order to save lake Atitlán.

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A bid to inject new life into Colón, Panama's down-at-heel second city

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Panama's government hopes to inject new life into the city. Next year a motorway will link Colón with Panama City, the capital, for the first time. A Spanish-backed consortium wants to build a $40 billion energy hub. Other investors plan hotels and shopping centres.

The best hope of jobs for unskilled locals may lie in tourism.

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