Egypt’s Rolin to deliver WB-financed infrastructure projects in 4 governorates

Egypt’s state-owned construction firm, Rolin says it plans to deliver four infrastructure projects, financed by the World Bank Group, in some governorates nationwide within one year.

The projects – located in Sharqia, Gharbia, Assiut, and Sohag governorates – will cost more than 1 billion Egyptian pounds ($63.1 million), announced Rolin’s company’s managing director Fathy Sayed on Sunday.

“The underway projects include the implementation of sanitation lines and drinking water stations as part of a scheme to develop infrastructure in governorates,” Fathy said.

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