Vinci Subsidiary Sogea-Satom awarded 75 million Euro Cameroon Development Contract

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Sogea-Satom, a subsidiary of Vinci Construction specialising in construction in Africa, has won the contract for the rehabilitation and development of W...

Sogea-Satom, a subsidiary of Vinci Construction specialising in construction in Africa, has won the contract for the rehabilitation and development of Western Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon.

Having won the construction contract of the second bridge over the Wouri river in 2013, Sogea Satom this week won a contract for work on the West covering the country's economic capital.

Vinci told Jeune Afrique the contract would be worth a total 51 billion CFA francs (75 million euros).

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