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Korea’s SK Ecoplant to Build Norway Project – JoongAng Daily

The 10.2-kilometre project will connect the cities of Bergen and Oygarden on the southwest coast of Norway to reduce traffic congestion

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An artist's impression of the public-private partnership project with the Norwegian government to build a 10-kilometre bridge and road system. Illustration: SK ecoplant


South Korea’s SK Ecoplant is set to break ground in Norway on a 2.2 trillion won ($1.8-billion) bridge and road project, JoongAng Daily reported.

The company announced that Sotra Link, a consortium, inked the financing and concession agreement. SK Ecoplant, Macquarie Capital and Italy’s Webuild set up the consortium.

Read the full report: JoongAng Daily






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