Project El Chorrillo Reactivated in Panama

It will include a conventions center, commercial and residential space, sporting facilities, plus widening Calzada de Amador to four lanes.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The Panamanian Government will rejuvenate the district of “El Chorillo”, by building office and residential space, sporting facilities and a conventions center, informed Alberto Vallarino, Economy Minister.

Vallarino explained that the project comprises extending the garden area of the Biodiversity Museum (Museo Ghery) and widening Calzada de Amador to four lanes.

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Costa Rica: Removal of Materials from Public Areas

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An amendment to the Mining Code will allow the National Roads Council to remove materials from rivers and quarries in the public domain.  

If the bill under review in the Assembly is passed, the National Roads Authority (CONAVI) may remove materials from areas in the public domain for use in road infrastructure.

Overpricing of Road Works in Costa Rica

February 2014

An opposition deputy claims that the financial offer made by China to widen the road to the Caribbean is overpriced by $165 million.

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Guatemala: 39% Less Public Investment in 2010

September 2009

Scheduled investment for 2010 sums $434 million, 39% less than the $714 million earmarked for 2009.

Under the current 2010 Budget draft, the Ministry of Communications and Public Works would receive the largest investment funds.

This budget aims to boost production in the country, through anti-cyclical policies that trigger economic recovery, insisted the Treasury Minister.

$80 Million for Health Infrastructure

July 2009

The Government of Panama plans to build and equip 32 health centers in the next 5 years.

Panama's Health Ministry (Minsa, Spanish acronym), has committed to build a Primary Health Attention Center (CAPSIS, Spanish acronym) for each 15 thousand inhabitants in areas of greater need, with a global investment of $80 million.

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