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Kazakhstan road connections to be repaired for $222.8 million

Staff Writer |
Kazakhstan is setting out a budget for road repair and upgrade work, in a bid to improve the country’s transport network.

The Ministry of Investment and Development has plans to carry out works to 1,700km of Kazakhstan’s primary road links during 2019.

The programme of works is expected to cost $222.8 million.

A similar road repair programme with a slightly smaller budget was carried out during 2018.

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