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Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Top infrastructure stories of the week

The top infrastructure stories of the week:

  • IDG launched the country’s first eco-sustainable industrial park. We have the story in this morning’s Speed Round, above.
  • The government is banning residential construction in certain overpopulated urban neighborhoods.
  • Fourteen railway signaling systems being upgraded by Thales International will be completed by December 2020, according to Transport Minister Kamel El Wazir.
  • 16k sqm of land in Upper Egypt is up for grabs without charge to investors as part of the government’s plan to develop Upper Egypt’s governorates.

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