Sinohydro beats Afcons and Sogea Satom for Libreville water contract

Sinohydro beats Afcons and Sogea Satom for Libreville water contract

The Chinese group saw off around ten competitors and won the tender for water main upgrades in three cities in the country, including the capital, Libreville.

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            ▪ Sinohydro beats Afcons and Sogea Satom for Libreville water contract

▪ The Chinese group saw off around ten competitors and won the tender for water main upgrades in three cities in the country, including the capital, Libreville.

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