Angola: Brazil’s Odebrecht confirms deadlines for 16 projects worth US$200 million

8 May 2008

Luanda, Angola, 8 May – The deputy chairman of Brazilian construction company Odebrecht for Angola and Latin America, Luís António Mameria, Wednesday in Luanda gave assurances to the Angolan prime minister that his company would meet the deadlines of the 16 projects it ahs underway in the country.

Mameri was speaking to journalists at the end of an audience with prime minister Fernando Dias dos Santos, during which he provided information about the progress of each of the projects, worth a total of US$200 million.

According to Angolan news agency Angop, Mameri noted that work on repairing the Benguela/Catende road and the Luanda/Viana highway was in its final stages.

Mameri also said that the company was involved in water supply projects in the provinces of Luanda and Benguela, along with road repair, power transmission line construction, real estate and infrastructure projects in Benguela, Kwanza Sul and Cunene. (macauhub)