Chinese to build power station in Sudan
The first power station ever to be constructed in Africa by a Chinese company will be in Sudan, following the signing of a $140 million contract between Harbin Power Station Engineering Ltd and the Sudan State Power company.
The contract involves the building of a 100 km transmission line, a new transformer station, and the expansion of an old transformer station.
The project is expected to take 32 months. – (MENA Report)
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