University infrastructure in Costa Rica, and road construction and office building in Panama, are some of the public infrastructure projects planned for the coming months in the region.
CentralAmericaData's information system "Construction Projects in Central America,", compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit,provides an up to datelist of public and private construction projects for which environmental impact assessments (EIAs) were submitted to Institutions in each country in February 2017.
The government has announced that with a loan from the IADB, it will remodel and build comprehensive child care centers in different areas of the country.
The $30 million is part of a $50 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), which will be managed by the Ministry of Social Development and will be aimed at improving the infrastructure of health centers and modernizing the institution, said Minister Alcibíades Vásquez.
With an international loan of $300 million, the Morales administration plans to build two prisons and twelve judicial complexes, and buy 1,500 patrol vehicles.
Through the Ministry of Public Finances the government is petitioning Congress for approval of a $300 million loan with the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE).The government's plan is to execute these projects within six years.
A $53 million road renovation project in Costa Rica, a commercial building and three roadworks in Panama are some of the public infrastructure projects planned for the coming months in the region.
The information system"Construction Projects in Central America",complied by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData, provides an up to date list of the public and private constructionprojects for which environmental impact assessment (EIA) studies were submitted to the respective institutions of each country in January 2017.
Fomilenio II will finance feasibility studies for four treatment plant projects and a one technical assistance project, all submitted by private companies, estimated at $32 million.
These five studies will have a cost of approximately $570,000, provided by FOMILENIO II, and will be used to determine the feasibility of public investments.Collectively, investors plan to invest $31.7 million.
$320 million is the value of investments in hotel projects in the touristic development pole Gulf of Papagayo that have failed to start due to lack of water.
Unable to present a letter of guarantee of water resources, 11 tourism development projects planned for the Gulf of Papagayo in Guanacaste, have failed to start.Lack of water is a problem that has affected the development of the area for years.
From March 28th to 30th potential international investors will learn about public and private projects in infrastructure, tourism, energy and industrial development.
From a statement issued by Proesa El Salvador:
The country will open the first International Investment Forum El Salvador 2017 and present the Country Brand for El Salvador on March 28, reported officials this morning from the Agency for Promoting Export and Investment in El Salvador (PROESA), during a press conference.
A water treatment system estimated at $95 million, a municipal park and office buildings are some of the public works projects planned for the coming months in the region.
The information system"Construction Projects in Central America", provided by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData, provides an up to date list of the public and private constructionprojects for which environmental impact assessment (EIA) studies were submitted to the respective institutions of each country in December 2016.
The National Economic Council has approved funds to build the Higher Technical Institute of the East, in addition to the $150 million granted by Banco CAF.
From a statement issued by the Ministry of Economy and Finance:
In order to strengthen education and technical training in the eastern area of the country, (CENA) National Economic Council has approved B / .75 million dollars to finance the Higher Technical Institute of the East (ITSE), which will be located in Tocumen.
The trust agreement between the government and Banco de Costa Rica for the implementation of the expansion project of the San Jose-San Ramon road, has received approval from the Comptroller General of the Republic.
The project, indispensable for the development of the northern part of the Great Metropolitan Area, has suffered from years of delay after successive setbacks with concessionaire construction companies, social protests because of the expected rise in tolls and the burdensome compensation paid by the State to these companies.
The construction of overpasses, two Olympic swimming pools and a sports complex are some of the projects planned by the Mayoral Office of Managua for development in 2017.
The Mayoral office of Managua has filed its 2017 Annual Investment Plan (AIP), which includes the development of 441 projects in 404 districts of Managua.For the development of these projects, the authorities announced that the Mayoral Office has allocated $161 million.
Congress has approved an IDB loan for the construction of three centers that make up the Ciudad Mujer project in Tegucigalpa.
The loan was agreed in a pact signed in late December by the director of the initiative of Salvadoran origin 'Ciudad Mujer' (Woman City) in Honduras, Rosa Lourdes Paz, and the IDB representative in Honduras, Mirna Liévano.
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