Guatemala cancels US$3.5 million in highways contracts

Guatemala's Highways Fund, Covial, has rescinded eight contracts for a total of 25.9 quetzals (US$3.5 million) awarded to companies who failed to abide by their contracts.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

"In some cases the work wasn't up to standard, in others it was way behind schedule. In some cases, work hadn't even begun," said Byron Pivaral, the deputy director of Covial

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Fuel imports put IMF targets out of reach for Honduras

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Honduras will be unable to meet targets set by the International Monetary Fund as a result of a soaring bill for fuel imports, finance Secretary Rebeca Santos said.

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Panama: Public Registry Grows With Economy

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Construction, real estate and rentals are the main sectors generating registrations and other paperwork that have raised $40 million in revenue for the Public Registry.

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The National Highway Council will be extending for 12 months road maintenance contracts worth $151 million because of the inability to carry out new tenders.

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Panama: $3 Million Contract for Odebrecht

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The Brazilian construction company awarded the second stage of the cleanup works in Caldera River.

The first stage was awarded to company "Ceiba Panama", and comprised cleaning the first 7 kilometers of the waterway.

Manolo Ruiz, Mayor of Boquete, stated that "the company must clean up all garbage, trees and objects affecting the free flow of water", and that "they will erect containment walls to protect houses close to the river from unexpected flooding".

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