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Lot 1 – Rehabilitation Of Cabinda Municipality Roads: Pove – Tchifimbo [27,5 Km]; Cabassango – Ncungo [16,7 Km]; Mbaca – Cabelombo [10,5 Km] 2. Lot 2- Rehabilitation Of Cabinda Municipality Roads: Buc
Sector:
Roads and Highways
Country:
Angola
Notice Type:
Tender Notice
Deadline:
05 Sep 2022
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Summary:
Contractor For The Rehabilitation Work Of The Irrigated Perimeter Of Cacala And Korea In Kwanza Norte
Sector:
Infrastructure and construction,Water and Sanitation
Country:
Angola
Notice Type:
Tender Notice
Deadline:
29 Jul 2022
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Summary:
Contractor For The Rehabilitation Work Of The Irrigated Perimeter Of Cacala And Coreia 1 In Cuanza Norte
Sector:
Roads and Highways
Country:
Angola
Notice Type:
Tender Notice
Deadline:
29 Jul 2022
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