The government negotiates with Mexico to obtain $128 million from the Yucatán Initiative to expand to four lanes the road going to the port of La Libertad and to build two bridges on the borders of La Hachadura and Aguiatú.
Of the $128 million earmarked for these projects, half is from a grant from the Government of Mexico and the rest from a loan that the country will obtain from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration.
The government plans to make a second call so that investors can submit eligible projects to the investment program 'Apuesta por InversionES', a nonreimbursable fund created as part of Fomilenio II.
With the recent approval of Fomilenio II, the government of El Salvador is considering extending the call for investment projects eligible for funding from the program 'Apuesta por Inversiones ' (API), for which there are 13 projects that passed the eligibility phase in the first call, "... and which represents $14 million in private investment and $48 million in public investment. Of these, six are related to the tourism area, three in agribusiness, two energy, one aquatic and one for aircraft. "
Under the new trading scheme Russia will stop donating wheat and will sell it to the government of Nicaragua, who will market it among importers.
The Government of Nicaragua has signed an agreement with the three importers and distributors of flour so that they will purchase, through the state-owned Empresa Nicaragüense de Importaciones (ENIMPORT), the surplus wheat from Russia.
For the last two years the National Hospital in La Union, El Salvador, has been without the necessary equipment needed to perform ultrasounds.
Given the lack of response from the Ministry of Health, the authorities of the National Hospital of La Union are requesting financial support from the private sector in order to get the ultrasound equipment necessary for providing care in consultations.
The expansion of the Atlantic Road will be funded with a donation of $50 million and other $50 million in loans.
The Taiwanese government will donate $50 million for the expansion of the Atlantic Highway, and has also authorized a soft loan for another $50 million for the project which has a cost of $119 million.
The visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping resulted in concrete facts that indicate the interest of Asian country for Central America, and consolidate Costa Rica as their bridgehead to the region.
Elfinancierocr.com has reported on the most relevant of these acts, the signing of a $400 million loan at a very low interest rate, to finance the expansion of a major road linking the capital of Costa Rica with the main port of the country.
The donation will be delivered in three instalments, with the first $7.5 million handed over when the bilateral agreement is signed.
From a press release issued by the Government of Panama:
The governments of Panama and Taiwan signed Monday May 6 an act of donation of the first instalment to build a hospital in Bocas del Toro, which will bring great benefits to the province and the region of Ngabe Bugle.
The Atlantic Highway will be expanded from mile 57 to 80, with partial funding from the Taiwanese government.
From a press release issued by the Government of Panama:
The Government of Guatemala in June signed an agreement with the Republic of China-Taiwan to complete the works for expanding and improving the Atlantic Highway from kilometer 57 to El Rancho, kilometer 80, during a working visit made by the president Otto Perez Molina to that nation.
The Technical Secretary of the Presidency, Alex Segovia, said at a press conference that this project will be developed in five years and a consultation process will be initiated straight away in order to build a "technically consistent" proposal.
The country is among the eleven lower middle income countries who are candidates to qualify for the Millennium Fund for the fiscal year 2012.
The country passed 14 of the 20 indicators used by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to test the Assembly of El Salvador, including the three that are mandatory: Control of Corruption, Civil Liberties and Political Rights.
The U.S. grant represents an estimated $ 6.5 million and will be used to finance various projects.
The proceeds of the sale from the wheat under the "Food for Progress" program, will be used to fund projects to promote food export, agricultural diversification and improvement of laboratory facilities and infrastructure of the Ministry of Agriculture, indicates Laprensagrafica.com.
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