GECI Espanola returns DR Congo to land Goma airport build

GECI Espanola returns DR Congo to land Goma airport build

The Spanish firm is on top of the African and Asian groups bidding on a mission at site proving to be highly strategic in this mineral-rich North Kivu.

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            ▪ GECI Espanola returns DR Congo to land Goma airport build

▪ The Spanish firm is on top of the African and Asian groups bidding on a mission at site proving to be highly strategic in this mineral-rich North Kivu.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/807843/geci-espanola-returns-dr-congo-to-land-goma-airport-build/

The winner of the tender, the Andalusian group GECI Espanola, is expected to build the next control tower at Goma airport in less than 18 months from the signing of the contract at the end of April.

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