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News » December, 2010 » 4 December 2010

Romanian PM Says Transylvania Hwy Works To Continue, Govt Seeks Funding
04.12.2010, 17:26 | Transportation | 492 views

Romania’s Prime Minister Emil Boc said Saturday works on the Transylvania Highway will continue in 2011, adding the Government is seeking ways to continue funding the project.

U.S. constructor Bechtel, which is building the highway, said in November it started procedures to lay off its over 800 employees working on the project, arguing the construction area is not ready for further works and the Romanian state has not paid its debts for works in 2010.


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