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MTOP spent US$19mn on Carchi roadworks (Ecuador)
2010-08-25
Ecuador's transport and public works ministry (MTOP) has invested nearly US$19mn in roadworks projects in Carchi province, state newspaper El Ciudadano reported.

 

Rehabilitation work, which cost US$15.4mn, has been completed on the 23.7km Julio Andrade-El Carmelo highway. The stretch will connect to the Panamericana Norte highway.

 

In Tulcan city, a paving project carried out by the municipal government required an investment of US$2.85mn from the central government.

 

In related news, MTOP is doing everything it can to ensure the on-time completion of a bridge over Babahoyo river in Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city, according to minister Maria de los Angeles Duarte.

 

Chinese firm Guangxi Road & Bridge Engineering Corporation is scheduled to complete the project by year-end and has not requested any extension to the deadline, El Ciudadano said in a separate report.

 

The project is 2% behind schedule, said Duarte.


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