Project Details Bonto Coal-Fired Power Plant, Gambia

Bonto Coal-Fired Power Plant, Gambia
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  • Last Updated on: 15 September 2008.
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Status: Cancelled
Value: R 100 million+

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Moukhtara Holding Co. Ltd (Moukhtara) is planning an industrial and Free Processing Zone in Bonto, Gambia, 45 kilometres ...End of the details preview. Please Log in or Subscribe for ALL the information.

Funding Agency Sector Classified as: Invited / Negotiated
Gambia Region Timing: 2008 / 2009

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Infrastructure

Industry

Power Grid

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