Guatemala Seeks $220 million for Road

The executive is negotiating a loan for the expansion of the road between Escuintla and Ciudad Pedro de Alvarado, in Jutiapa.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Aljenadro Sinibaldi, Minister of the Presidency, said that in the next few days a bill will be sent to Congress for acquiring these funds, which are part of the second phase of widening the road.

The loan for this project would be implemented by the Ministry of Communications, and was announced along with two other potential loans, one of $237 million to fund the current budget and one of $280 million for hospital investments.

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