$24 Million USD Being Invested in Chiapas Water and Sanitation Projects

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Mexico, TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ

Mexico’s Chiapas state government is investing $24 million USD for works to expand water and sanitation services coverage, Director of State Water Institue (IEA) Alejandro Gamboa López announced.

Projects worth $16 million USD have already been tendered, and another $8 million USD worth will be tendered soon, he said.