Argentina rail contracts lure Japanese firms

At least three Japanese trading companies are evaluating bids on upcoming rail contracts in Argentina, part of a major infrastructure boost planned by President Mauricio Macri this year, Japan’s ambassador said. The companies, including Marubeni, Mitsubishi and Mitsui & Co, are particularly interested in sales of passenger rail cars in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area, and could submit bids as a consortium, said Noriteru Fukushima, Japan’s ambassador in Argentina. Source: Nasdaq BP opens first of 1,500 filling stations in Mexico UK energy firm BP has opened its first filling station in Mexico. Over the next five years, BP aims to open 1,500 stations across the country. “This is a long-term plan, and is in line with the opening of the […]

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