Guinea, China Sign Deal for Construct...

Guinea, China Sign Deal for Construction of $526 Million Hydroelectric Dam

There are 4 comments on the Bloomberg story from Aug 14, 2011, titled Guinea, China Sign Deal for Construction of $526 Million Hydroelectric Dam. In it, Bloomberg reports that:

Guinea 's government and China International Water & Electric Corp. signed an agreement for the construction of a $526 million hydroelectric dam.

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Ahmad macka barry

Europe

#1 Aug 21, 2011
It will be very good,if the government should fullfill that.
sneakhead

Valencia, Spain

#2 Aug 23, 2011
WE HOPE THE BEST OF ALL,MAY GOD GUIDE AND PROTECT GUINEA.AMEN
Anonymous

Harrison, NJ

#3 Aug 29, 2011
Huge contracts? When do these mega deals generate return for the hard-pressed Guinean populace?
China has been investing in Guinea!
Remember the Pita dam in Sekou Toure's era?
Electricity only flows in the rainy season....
Musa_ its a fresh start

Nairobi, Kenya

#4 Sep 18, 2011
to progress rapidly Guinee should focus on;
1. infrastructure
2. infrastructure
3. infrastructure

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