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Ashghal signs nine contracts worth $384.3m

Qatari deals inked for local development and infrastructure projects

The contracts include two deals for the construction and development of roads
The contracts include two deals for the construction and development of roads

Qatar's Public Works Authority, or Ashghal, has signed nine contracts worth a combined $384.3 million (QAR 1.4bn) for local development and infrastructure projects, Al Raya reported.

The deals include five contracts valued at $146.5m (QAR 533m) for sewage projects and two contracts worth $117.9m (QAR 429m) for building nurseries and schools.

It also includes two contracts worth $119m (QAR 433m) for the construction and development of roads and the infrastructure.

Nasser Al Mawlawi, Ashghal's president, said that local companies are now securing the largest share of contracts each year.

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