Three infrastructure projects in Angola’s Cabinda won by mainland firms

Chinese companies have won three infrastructure contracts in the Angolan city of Cabinda, online news portal Macauhub reports.

The government of Angola awarded two water-supply projects to organisations linked to mainland railway groups: one for US$120.2 million to a company from China Railway 20 Bureau Group Corp, the other for US$88.8 million to a company from China Railway Construction Corp.

The third contract, worth US$60 million was signed with an unnamed Chinese company to build a power grid and residential connections.

Angolan Minister of Energy and Water João Baptista Borges witnessed the signing of the contracts last week.