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CEZA commissions study of infrastructure needs to attract fintech firms

2018-02-02 bworldonline
CAGAYAN Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) said it signed a memorandum of understanding with Sinosun Subic Bay Holdings Corp. to conduct a feasibility study for the development of a financial technology (fintech) hub.

Chinese construction firm holds due diligence on planned LNG project in PH

A subsidiary of Chinese construction giant China Energy Engineering Corp. Ltd. has started a yearlong due diligence that would lead to a decision on whether it would pursue a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project with MRC Allied Inc. (6-0)

China lines up contractors for key water infra projects

2017-09-17 bworldonline
THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT has submitted a list of companies bidding for the New Centennial Water Source-Kaliwa Dam Project and the Chico River Pump Irrigation Project, the Department of Finance (DoF) said.

Sarawak Energy awards Baleh dam contract to Chinese joint venture

2017-06-29 themalaymailonline
The Baleh dam will generate an additional 1,285 MW of renewable energy to the grid when fully commissioned in 2025, SEB’s group chief executive officer Sharbini Suhaili said. ― Picture courtesy of YouTube/RTM newsKUCHING, June 29 — State-owned power provider Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) has awarded the main civil works contract to construct the Baleh dam to a joint venture between China Gezhouba Group Company Ltd (CGGC) and local firm Untang Jaya Sdn Bhd.

China Energy Engineering makes foray into power distribution

2017-01-17 scmp
China Energy Engineering, one of the nation’s biggest power plant designers and builders, is expanding into the newly opened up business of power distribution previously operated by state monopolies, according to its chief.

Ivory Coast 372 MW power plant financed by China build starts

2016-09-15 reuters
ABIDJAN, Sept 15 Building work has started in Ivory Coast on a 372-megawatt power plant worth 500 million euros financed mainly by China Construction Bank and set to open in 2018, Richard Amon, chairman of Star Energie 2073, said on Thursday.