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Mott MacDonald Limited becomes Slovakia's highway construction adviser

London-based Mott MacDonald Limited won an international tender to advise the selection of private investors for highway construction in Slovakia, news wire SITA reported.

The Transport Ministry and the Slovak Road Administration (SSC) will sign the contract with the adviser on February 28.

Mott MacDonald Limited will advise the SSC in selecting an optimal model to finance the highway construction and will choose the sections to be covered from private coffers.

The international tender to select private investors for highway construction is expected in mid 2004.

The investment ceiling is Sk100 billion (€2.46 billion) and the investors will see a return on their money through highway tolls.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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