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Korea, US firms win $3.5bn project in Egypt

Cairo, September 20, 2011

South Korea's SK Engineering & Construction said on Tuesday that a joint venture it operates with a US company had signed a $3.5 billion deal to build a petrochemicals complex in Egypt.

The project will come up at Ain Sukhna, an energy hub on the Gulf of Suez.

The unlisted South Korean builder said in a statement that it and US engineering company Shaw Group plan to construct the complex from 2012 to 2016 under the agreement made with Egypt private company Carbon Holdings. - Reuters

Tags: Egypt | petrochemical | US | Korea | carbon | Shaw Group | SK Engineering |

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