A knowledge-sharing project involving Chile's water regulator SISS and Mexico's water commission Conagua was picked by the administrators of a bilateral cooperation fund.
Opposition legislators, citing service quality issues, are calling on the mayor not to charge some users in the district for water and to write off outstanding bills.
Officials ink collaboration deals and, in related news, Dutch development bank FMO announces the signing of a letter of intent concerning the creation of an Argentina-focused investment program.
Bolivia is ramping up spending on water infrastructure in its biggest cities after severe drought and water rationing forced the government to sack key water officials.
São Paulo utility Sabesp has launched three tenders to carry out work on water and sewerage infrastructure in municipalities surrounding the state's namesake capital.
The agreement is designed to encourage the participation of members of national construction chamber CMIC in water infrastructure projects in the Mexican state.
Authorities plan to use the loan to expand water and sanitation infrastructure in the country's northern provinces, as part of the Plan Belgrano development program.