Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Central America Plan Foresees Infrastructure, Energy Projects: Draft

A plan by Central American governments to boost economic growth in the region and cut illegal immigration to the United States foresees major spending on infrastructure and energy projects, a draft of the proposal showed on Wednesday.

The "Plan of the Alliance for Prosperity in the Northern Triangle" aims to renovate highways, city bypasses and border crossings in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, as well as carry out improvements to other infrastructure in the region. Including projects that have already been announced, the planned works are worth well over $1 billion dollars.

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