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Sunday, April 30, 2017
The works of Algiers' new air terminal have reached 70% completion, said Wednesday the Minister of Health, Population and Hospital Reform, interim Minister of Public Works and Transport, Abdelmalek Boudiaf, during an inspection visit to the construction site.The minister, who was accompanied by Director General of Houari-Boumediene International Airport Tahar Allache, insisted on the need to meet the deadlines.Boudiaf underlined the importance of the transfer of expertise to young Algerian executives, through partnerships with foreign companies involved in the project.The total costs of the future air terminal, stretching over a 20-hectare area, are estimated at DZD74 billion (US$672.2 million). The project, which is due to be delivered by the end of 2018, has been entrusted to the Chinese company CSCEC.
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