Cameroon awards contracts to two Tunisian companies amounting to FCfa 2.6 and 2.9 billion

Cameroon Ministry of Public Procurement has just awarded five contracts for a total amount of FCfa 13 billion to French and Tunisian technical engineering firms, for the purpose of monitoring road construction works within the framework of the three-year government Emergency Plan being implemented since last year.

The highest contract, for a total amount of FCfa 3.1 billion has been awarded to the French engineering firm Louis Berger, to supervise the construction work of the Sangmélima-Oveng road, in the south of the country.

French company Egis, as well as Tunisian engineering companies Etudi International and Scet Tunisie have been awarded contracts of amounts between FCfa 2.6 and 2.9 billion. All the works should last 52 months, we learn.


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