Monday, February 5, 2018
Havana.- The Mariel Special Development Zone, in western Cuba, shows progress in several infrastructure works that are currently underway.
According to executives from that enclave, 33 projects have been approved with a total investment of more than 1.18 billion dollars.
In addition, construction of 26 bridges, five railway stations, 311 kilometers of electrical networks, 34 kilometers of sewerage and more than 70 of aqueducts has been completed, as well as 30.2 kilometers of street lighting, 50.6 kilometers of highways and other roads, and 57.1 kilometers of double track railways.
In 2017, 12 new users were approved, with a total invested amount of 237 million dollars (national and foreign capital).