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Sunday, 3 December 2017

Transport Ministry launches int’l tender for 6 October dry port

The Transport Ministry launched an international tender for the 6 October dry port project last week at a special workshop promoting the project hosted by the EBRD in London. Also up in a public-private partnership tender is a second container terminal at the Damietta Port, which the port authority is looking to have the EBRD finance, according to port chief Ayman Saleh. Egyptian officials on a roadshow last week met with representatives from at least 30 companies, including the Maersk family’s AP Moller Capital, to discuss opportunities including the second phase of Cairo Metro’s fourth line, Al Mal reports.

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