70% of Infrastructure Projects in Guatemala Paralyzed
Non-payment by the Road Maintenance Unit has led to a standstill of almost 70% of contracted works.
Friday, January 28, 2011
José González Campos, president of the Guatemalan Association of Construction Contractors adds that they are still working but at a much slower pace.
A new report by the initiative CoST Guatemala recommends reforms to the website Guatecompras to force all agencies to publish requirements for public procurement.
Up to $372 million of the state pension scheme could be invested in public infrastructure projects in Costa Rica.
The Costa Rican construction sector has requested the government clarify and prioritise public infrastructure projects.
In Costa Rica a bill has been put forward which aims to allow cooperatives and private and public pensions funds to invest in public infrastructure.
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