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The South Korean consortium started a construction project in Bolivia

The South Korean consortium Hyundai-Byucksan has launched a project to build a bridge 1 440 in the east of Bolivia, which will be the longest in the country. The project will require an investment of $ 49,9 million, according to IA RUSKOR.

The Banegas Bridge across the Grande River, which will become part of the country's transport infrastructure, will connect the cities of Okinawa and Los Tronocos at 109 kilometers from the city of Santa Cruz. The project includes the development of technical documentation and the construction of the bridge for 35 months under the supervision of the South Korean company Dowha Engineering Co., Ltd.

The project will be invested $ 49,9 million, 17 percent of which or about $ 8,5 million is allocated by the government of Santa Cruz. The remaining funds will be received as a loan of Bolivia by the state bank of Korea Eximbank.

Currently, vehicles and pedestrians cross the Grande River on barges. Upon completion of the project, the river across the bridge will be able to cross every day to 4 000 vehicles.

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