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Chinese, Korean Majors Vie to Build India’s Longest Road Bridge

Chinese, Korean Majors Vie to Build India’s Longest Road Bridge

Friday, March 24, 2017, 12:28 PM

China’s second-largest construction company is competing with at least six international builders, including two each from Japan and Korea, for $2.7 billion worth of contracts to build the largest road bridge in India. The 22-kilometer Mumbai Trans Harbor Link has attracted bids from China Engineering Group and Japan’s IHI Infrastructure. The global construction majors have bid in partnership with Indian companies.
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