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TYPSA follows in Huawei’s footsteps to win Luanda tech park contracts

TYPSA follows in Huawei’s footsteps to win Luanda tech park contracts

The Spanish consultancy firm has just won two tender calls for the supervision of works at a project already supported by the Chinese group.

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            ▪ TYPSA follows in Huawei’s footsteps to win Luanda tech park contracts

▪ The Spanish consultancy firm has just won two tender calls for the supervision of works at a project already supported by the Chinese group.

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08/10/2020 at 14h56, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Although the construction contract is yet to be awarded, the project’s stakeholders – primarily the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Angolan government – have already decided upon a company to supervise the works. These contracts have been awarded to the TYPSA consulting and engineering services group, which will oversee Phases I and II of the project.

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