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Singapore highway deals signed, Chinese companies rules

Christian Fernsby |
A series of highway deals have been signed in Singapore that will help boost transport.


Three are for the North-South Corridor (NSC) expressway project, with two having been awarded to South Korean contractor Hyundai Engineering and Construction.

The firm’s contracts are worth over US$425 million project will include building a stretch of viaduct between Yishun Avenue 5 and Admiralty Road West.

A consortium comprising Chinese contractors, China Railway 11 Bureau Group Corporation, Wai Fong Construction and China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, will build a stretch of viaduct from Yishun Avenue 5 to Sungei Seletar.

This contract is worth $264.5 million.

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