Uruguay will invest about US$7.2 billion in infrastructure projects between 2022 and 2024.
This is according to a report published Monday (6) by the Uruguay XXI Investment, Export, and Image Promotion Agency.
It also states that the construction sector grew by 6% in 2021 and highlights the "good dynamics" of home sales and purchases in the South American country in the last two years.
As for infrastructure projects, the agency points out that in 2022-2024, some US$6.078 billion will be allocated for road, energy, telecommunications, sewage, port, and rail works, while another US$1.098 . . .
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