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China invests K318m in major road projects in PNG

 CHINA is providing K318 million to complete  two major roads in Port Moresby before the 2015 Pacific Games.
Chinese Ambassador Lee Yoo Tung said China was and would always be a development partner of PNG and assured Prime Minister Peter O’Neill of his country’s continuous support.
The signing and groundbreaking ceremony was attended by O’Neill, some Cabinet ministers and government officials.
It includes the construction of the 13km Baruni Road from the Poreporena Highway to the Kasio roundabout (Gerehu-Rainbow main roundabout).
It will cost K196 million and will have four lanes.
It will be built by the China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd over 78 weeks.
The construction of the Gerehu to 9-Mile  Road will cost K122 million.
It will have four lanes and to be completed in 78 weeks.
Both road projects are expected to be completed before the 2015 Pacific Games.
China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd president Bai Yin Zhun said it was not the first time for the company to be involved in major infrastructure development in PNG.
Bai said it was almost completing the K700 million Lae Tidal Basin construction.
O’Neill thanked the Chinese government and CHEC for believing in the potential of the country.

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