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A group of 50 workers has downed tools for a week and will be replaced in the coming weeks.
An agreement will be signed before the end of July that will consolidate the integration of the light train, the Bogotá metro line and the city's bus system Transmilenio, so the three can operate within a single mass urban transport system.
The long-running saga of the bankrupt La Oroya zinc-smelter has no end in sight, as a fourth attempt at an auction drew no bids.
The contracts are part of four PPP road maintenance projects that the Mexican government is set to award this year.
The works will be carried out by local construction firm COARCO. The total investment in the improvements will be US$19mn.
The plant would be the second desalination facility to be built to supply the city.
The study is to structure a public-private partnership project for the Barberena bypass.