Scrap metal "mines," a search for airport funding and South America's own Silicon Valley
Today in Guatemala City:
- A mini-Silicon Valley is blossoming in one building downtown.
- The government looks for private investors to fund the country's airports, part of a new push for public-private partnerships.
- Laborers turn a garbage dump into a (potentially deadly) scrap metal mine.
- Art gallery owners promote new artists who look to move beyond bright colors and handcrafts.