The fine follows a plea bargain deal the company and its petrochemical group Braskem made with authorities from the US, Brazil, and Switzerland.
The contract entails the construction of a 90-bed hospital in Ciudad Acuña, which will serve some 300,000 users in the northern border state of Coahuila.
The government is taking advantage of receding floodwaters and dropping river levels to accelerate reconstruction of housing, schools and roads.
The multilateral lender approved a US$55mn loan to ensure that Nicaraguan schools meet minimal physical quality standards and to improve their resilience against natural disasters.
The US$10mn investment entailed the re-paving of the runway and improvements on the taxiways, as well as the commercial flights platform.
Over the past couple of months, state governments in Brazil have closed a number of deals with foreign firms to help achieve necessary infrastructure investments.
The Rutas del Loa concession entails reparations and the widening of a 122km stretch of the Ruta 25 national highway 25 in the Antofagasta region. Bids will be opened between July and August.