BY KERIM ULKER Turkey and Hungary will jointly implement a USD 200m water management project in Ghana under the auspices of the Go-Africa project, according to Tamas Endre Feher, Ambassador of Hungary to Ghana. The project, which will be financed by Hungarian Eximbank, will include a 500-kilometer pipeline and a water reservoir of 10,000 cubic...
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