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Kuwait reveals $11.3bn plan for infrastructure projects

Kuwait's Ministry of Public Works has announced plans to develop 30 infrastructure projects

Kuwait reveals $11.3bn plan for infrastructure projects
A picture shows a general view of Kuwait City. (AFP/Getty Images)

Kuwait’s Ministry of Public Works has announced plans to develop 30 infrastructure projects worth KD3.43 billion ($11.3bn) under its current development plan.

Six major development projects including the Jaber causeway, the Kuwait International Airport expansion and Mubarak al-Kabeer port will be implemented in 2017, according to state news agency KUNA.

Ali Al-Omair, the minister for public works in Kuwait, is still expected to decide on the award of the Kuwait International Airport’s Terminal 2 contract.

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