Sedapal, which is looking to tap capital markets for financing, has lined up about US$6bn in potable water and sewerage projects for the Peruvian capital through 2021.
The Brazilian group's local contracts may have set back the Peruvian government US$283mn, the country's comptroller general says.
The federal audit court recommended not letting the CCR group carry out the investments in exchange for a concession extension and a toll increase.
Mexico's transport ministry and the government of Yucatán state signed an agreement to carry out an expansion project at the port.
The federal government bank is already a large creditor of the financially troubled Rio de Janeiro state.