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India to get $210 million road funding from World Bank

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Staff Writer | May 1, 2018
A loan package from the World Bank will help pay for a major rural road programme in India.
India road
Transportation   10,000km of gravels roads
The $210 million loan is being used for rural road development in Madhya Pradesh State.

The upgrade work will see a total of 10,000km of gravels roads in Madhya Pradesh State being surfaced with asphalt, while a further 510km of new rural roads will be built in the state and will be surfaced with asphalt.

This will be for the Madhya Pradesh Rural Connectivity Project.


 

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