As the contents of the bill are being presented for discussion, the national government reaffirmed its opposition to the regulation.
Construction will continue with the help of close to US$40mn, which will be transferred from the country's infrastructure agency ANI to highway authority INVIAS.
The initiative covers more than 300km of roads in the eastern departments of the country.
Regulator Osiptel also affirms that Peru has 61,653km of fiber optic transport infrastructure in service, operated by 15 firms.
A report from the Paris-based organization also shows major differences in the quality of basic public infrastructure among the country's regions.
The government is preparing investments in airports, housing, bridges and piers in a bid to help the country recover from record flooding in March.
Clients of Mexico's wholesale network Red Compartida will benefit from economies of scale, flexibility, de-risking and saving in capex, Altán Redes' chief of business development José Ignacio del Barrio said during an event in Mexico City.
A study from the Antofagasta branch of the health ministry states that a local treatment plant is leaking gas and that only 10% of the city's wastewater reaches the plant.
A report shows that construction-related capital expenditure from the public sector rose 7.6% year-on-year in the first quarter.