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Reports indicate Sichuan Hongda as Tanzania tender winner

Publishing Date
21 Jan 2011 11:43am GMT
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21/01/11
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Mining Journal
Tanzania’s National Development Corporation (NDC) is said to have chosen China’s Sichuan Hongda as the preferred bidder for a new coal-fired power plant and two iron-ore mines in the country
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