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China Communications Construction Agrees To Buy 23% Stake In Portugal's Mota-Engil For 169.4 Mln Euros
China Communications Construction Announces Formation Of Project Co To Develop Land Parcel
China Communications Construction Says Unit To Provide Deposit & Loan Services
China Communications Construction Company Limited is a China-based company principally engaged in the infrastructure construction businesses. The Company mainly operates through five business segments. The Infrastructure Construction segment is engaged in the construction of ports, roads, bridges, railways and other infrastructures. The Infrastructure Design segment is engaged in the provision of consulting and planning services, feasibility studies, survey and design, as well as engineering consultancy services. The Dredging Engineering segment is engaged in the dredging, land reclamation, as well as pre-dredging and post-dredging businesses. The Equipment Manufacturing segment is engaged in the manufacture of cranes, bulk cargo handling machineries, marine engineering equipments and other heavy machines. The Others segment is engaged in the real estate development and fund investment businesses.
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China Communications Construction Co Ltd (CCCC) <601800.SS> and Philippine partner Macroasia Corp <MAC.PS> have won an auction for a $10 billion airport outside Manila, the latest in a multi-billion dollar push by the Philippines to modernize and decongest its overstretched...
A group formed of China Communications Construction Co Ltd (CCCC) and China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd (CHEC) won a $1.42 billion contract build the fourth bridge over the Panama Canal, Panama's government said.
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