Pakistan Seeks $1.7 Billion Bids for Southern Highway Plan

Pakistan Seeks $1.7 Billion Bids for Southern Highway PlanPakistan is seeking foreign investment of $1.7 billion to build a new highway in the southern province of Sindh to supplement a Chinese-funded infrastructure network being laid across the country.
The National Highway Authority will ask for bids next week for the 296-kilometers (184 miles) highway between the cities of Hyderabad and Sukkar, the agency’s Chairman Shahid Ashraf Tarar said in an interview in the capital, Islamabad.

“Other than the Chinese, this time we expect that Turkish, Malaysians and South Koreans will come and bid,” Tarar said.Pakistan Seeks $1.7 Billion Bids for Southern Highway Plan

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