AECON waiting financing agreement on the Dakar-Tambacounda railway

AECON waiting financing agreement on the Dakar-Tambacounda railway

The Canadian infrastructure giant has been poised since late last year on the Dakar-Tambacounda rehabilitation/construction project.

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            ▪ AECON waiting financing agreement on the Dakar-Tambacounda railway

▪ The Canadian infrastructure giant has been poised since late last year on the Dakar-Tambacounda rehabilitation/construction project.

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Together with the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC), which helps Canadian exporters to obtain contracts abroad, AECON submitted the Dakar-Tambacounda railway study project to the Senegalese Presidency at the end of June. Michaëlle Jean, Governor-General of Canada, led the delegation.

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