CGGC completes Kuwait Residential City infrastructure work

The Al Mutlaa Residential City, a vital project under China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative, will accommodate 400,000 people

  
Mobile Crane on a road and tower crane in construction site. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Mobile Crane on a road and tower crane in construction site. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC) said it has completed the main infrastructure work for the Al Mutlaa Residential City Project and handed it over to the Kuwaiti authorities.

CGGC is a subsidiary of China Energy Engineering Group Company, a state-owned energy conglomerate with headquarters in Beijing.

Once completed, the Al Mutlaa Residential City, a vital project under China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative, will accommodate 400,000 people. The construction area of the whole project is about 120 sq km, it added.

CGGC had last October handed over the first batch of its housing infrastructure project to Kuwait.-TradeArabia News Service

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