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Talaat Mostafa wins Egypt capital city project

Egypt-based Talaat Mostafa has been awarded a contract to develop a full-fledged urban project in the country's new capital city over the next seven years, said a report

Talaat Mostafa is an affiliate of Egyptian property developer Arab Company for Projects and Urban Development.
Talaat Mostafa is an affiliate of Egyptian property developer Arab Company for Projects and Urban Development.

Egypt-based Talaat Mostafa has been awarded a contract to develop a full-fledged urban project in the country's new capital city over the next seven years, said a report. 

Talaat Mostafa is an affiliate of Egyptian property developer Arab Company for Projects and Urban Development.

The company bought a plot of land sprawling over a 2.1m2 for $243.1m, according to Egypt-based magazine Amwal Alghad.

About 15 Egyptian companies, including Talaat Mostafa and Sodic, submitted bids in March to develop land for the capital's first phase of construction, but no official announcement has yet been made as to the winning bids, stated the report.

Egypt's plan to construct a new city 45km east of Cairo was announced in March 2015 at a Sharm Al Sheikh summit held to attract foreign investors who pulled back from the country after the 2011 revolt against the government, the report further added.

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