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$343 million highway upgrades worth being planned for Vietnam’s Mekong Delta area

Christian Fernsby |
A series of highway upgrades will improve transport links in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta area.

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Improvements will be carried out to 52km stretch of the National Highway 53.

The tender process is opening shortly for this road improvement contract, with the work expected to cost around $51.4 million.

Improvements are also being planned for the Quan Lo-Phung Hiep National Highway.

This work should commence in late 2019 and should be complete in 2020.

Upgrades are also planned for a stretch of the Dong Thap Province's National Highway 30 between Cao Lanh and Hong Ngu, a stretch of National Highway 57 and sections of National Highway 24 and National Highway 25.

In all the works should cost a total of some $343 million.

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