A lack of income has resulted in a slowdown of important works in recent years, prompting the company to seek $20 million for intervention in a water treatment plant.
After discussions between the Cuenca Airport Corporation and local tourism organizations and airlines, the new runway is expected to be installed over a 90-day period in late 2024.
I’m very tired today. Because for the last three nights, there has been a cricket in our house who has decided that chirping (or in fact rubbing his wings together to make a sound like a chirp) is best done between the hours of midnight and 6 AM. And because we have cathedral ceilings, that […]
In 2022, Ecuador faced a troubling reality with 53,847 cases of pregnancy among girls and adolescents. Among these pregnancies, 3,386 occurred in girls aged 10 to 14, while the remaining 50,461 were identified in adolescents aged 15 to 19.
The Manta-Colisa Highway, despite remaining undamaged during the devastating 2016 earthquake, was approved for construction using emergency funds by the Reconstruction Committee, chaired by then Vice President Jorge Glas.
Cuencanos have long been complaining about the exorbitant prices of flights to Quito, with fares reaching up to $1,000 during special events. The Airport Corporation is hopeful that a new airline will enter the market this year to introduce competition and subsequently lower prices.
The Judiciary published the biannual report on femicides and other violent deaths of women. Between January and June 2023 there were 263 cases.
Update to: Funding, bureaucracy and mismanagement blamed for deteriorated roads in Azuay region Published: Volume 7, Issue 37 After seven months, Kilometer 49 of the Cuenca-Molleturo Road has finally reopened. The slope at this location has undergone significant improvements, including the construction of terraces, a concrete wall, and a high resistance mesh to prevent rock […]
In Ecuador, the number of violent deaths has surged by 74% during the first half of 2023, but only one-fifth of victims had criminal records.
As the country leaves pandemic and supply-chain issues behind, Chinese car companies are losing market share to locally assembled vehicles.