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MERIDIAM and AEROPORT MARSEILLE PROVENCE Western Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Request For Expressions Of Interest (Eoi) For Engineering...

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  • 21 Jun 2019
  • Burkina Faso
  • 20364931
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SECRETARIAT TRAINING INSTITUTE Southern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Purchase Of Stationery, Papers, Electric & Miscellaneous Item ......

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  • 05 Aug 2019
  • Pakistan
  • 21395202
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PAKISTAN STATE OIL Southern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Annual Contract For Supply Of Water At Khuzdar Depot Through ......

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  • 05 Aug 2019
  • Pakistan
  • 21395203
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AGENCE DE GESTION DU PATRIMOINE BÂTI DE L...... Western Africa

General Procurement Notice For Restoration Work Any Body Of State. [Disclaimer: Th ......

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  • 18 Jan 2020
  • Senegal
  • 21395204
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AGENCE DE GESTION DU PATRIMOINE BÂTI DE L...... Western Africa

General Procurement Notice For Renovation Work On The Les Eaux Building And The Paste ......

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  • 18 Jan 2020
  • Senegal
  • 21395205
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AGENCE DE GESTION DU PATRIMOINE BÂTI DE L...... Western Africa

General Procurement Notice For Renovation Work On The Boppa Building And The Rose Bui ......

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  • 18 Jan 2020
  • Senegal
  • 21395206
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AGENCE DE GESTION DU PATRIMOINE BÂTI DE L...... Western Africa

General Procurement Notice For Rehabilitation Works Of Equipment And Facilities Of Pl ......

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  • 18 Jan 2020
  • Senegal
  • 21395207
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AGENCE DE GESTION DU PATRIMOINE BÂTI DE L...... Western Africa

General Procurement Notice For Rehabilitation Of Historic Buildings In St Louis. [ ......

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  • 18 Jan 2020
  • Senegal
  • 21395208
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AGENCE DE GESTION DU PATRIMOINE BÂTI DE L...... Western Africa

General Procurement Notice For Management And Supervision Of Administrative Buildings ......

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  • 18 Jan 2020
  • Senegal
  • 21395209
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AGENCE DE GESTION DU PATRIMOINE BÂTI DE L...... Western Africa

General Procurement Notice For Cleaning Of Administrative Buildings. [Disclaimer: ......

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  • 18 Jan 2020
  • Senegal
  • 21395210
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International Projects

Education & Training

Ministry of Preschool and Primary Education Benin

Benin Global Partnership for Education Project Phase 3

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Information Technology

Ministry of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women (MASFAMU) Angola

Strengthening the National Social Protection System Project (Cash Transfer)

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Ministry of Finance and Development Planning Liberia

Public Financial Management Reforms for Institutional Strengthening

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Financial Services

MINISTRY OF FINANCE Angola

Angola Growth and Inclusion DPF

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Contract Award

United Nation Programme Division (U Germany

Contract Award For Arms And Ammunition Accessories

153,848 - EUR 20-07-2019
UKR / 2019/304 Ukraine

Contract Award For Providing A Series Of Training Sessions On Business Ideas Origination, Startups And Business Plans D ...

129,900 - UAH 20-07-2019
Ministry Of Agriculture And Land Re Egypt

Contract Award For Supply Of Chemicals

Plz Refer Document - EGP 20-07-2019
United Nation Programme Division (U Germany

Contract Award For Supply Of Uniforms

414,233 - EUR 20-07-2019
United Nation Development Programme Liberia

Contract Award For Capacity Building For The Fishermen Cooperatives In Okeibe, Dbayeh, El Mina And Dora Ports

105,248 - LRD 20-07-2019
Ministry Of Agriculture And Land Re Egypt

Contract Award For Supply Of Chemicals

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Chile publishes tender for trans-Pacific submarine cable study

Chile’s transport and communications ministry MTT has published the bidding rules for a feasibility study for a proposed fiber optic submarine cable that would connect Asia with Latin America. The US$3mn study, which will be financed by Latin American development bank CAF, aims to research the technical, legal, financial and economic parameters of the project, which would involve 24,000km of cabling, throughput capacity of 10-20Tbps over 4-8 pairs, an estimated US$650mn to build and be run as a public-private consortium for 25-30 years. MTT minister Gloria Hutt said the project had the potential to position Chile as a connectivity hub for the region, or what the government has called a "digital hub," and a prime destination for datacenters. Consultations on the bidding rules will be received from July 15-26 and responded to on August 1. The bid submission deadline is August 16 and the contract will be awarded on September 2. Files should not be more than 20MB and be sent to the e-mail puertadigital@subtel.gob.cl. The study will be divided into three with deliver deadlines of November 4, 2019, December 27, 2019 and June 24, 2020. To date, Argentina, Ecuador and Brazil have officially expressed interest in participating in the project. The documents can be downloaded here. Chile

US$4bn in investment opportunities up for grabs in Mexican highways

Mexico’s transport and communications ministry (SCT) is currently mulling the development of various new concession projects for the national highway network, which could represent close to 71.8bn pesos (US$3.77bn) in investment opportunities for the private sector through 2024. This is according to Ricardo Erazo, general director of road development at the SCT. The potential opportunities, pertaining to the toll highway network under concession to the private sector, have been divided into three blocks, Erazo told BNamericas. The first block includes five projects known as desdoblamientos de concesiones, which consist of adding new projects to existing concessions. These five projects represent total estimated investments of 20bn pesos, and include bypasses and two viaducts, among others. Finance ministry SHCP is currently conducting a thorough review of the projects financial feasibility – as required by law – with approval expected to be granted soon, Erazo said. One of these five projects is the Torreón-Cuencamé-Durango concession, while the remaining four projects include highway concessions that are already mature and have stable traffic flows. The names of these projects are expected to be announced soon, according to the official. After obtaining approval from the SCHP – which the SCT is confident of securing – the five concession titles will be amended. All of this is expected to take place this year. Work is very likely to start on at least two of them by the last quarter of the year, Erazo said. The directorate of road development chose to move forward with these projects first, as the planning process was already significantly advanced. In addition, no tender is required to carry out the works since the contracts will be awarded to existing concession holders, which will also be responsible for providing the investments. The second block of opportunities includes approximately 10 unsolicited proposals for new toll road projects. Although the proposals have not been formally submitted to the SCT, the officials have already held several meetings with the proponents and the planning processes of many of them are already at an advanced state. These projects could represent up to 24.2bn pesos in investments. The tenders for them could be launched starting next year. The third block includes a pool of 20-2 Mexico

Peru awards US$400mn fiber contract

Peru’s telecommunications and transport ministry (MTC) has signed a contract with YOFC consortium to build a 7,500km fiber optic network to serve 900,000 residents in 1,700 localities in Ancash, Arequipa, La Libertad and San Martín regions. The US$411mn network will be financed through universal services fund Pronatel and include the delivery of 9,573 computers to 1,746 schools, 715 health centers and 128 police stations. In March, the ministry replaced the telecommunications services fund Fitel with the Pronatel fund to enable a more efficient and transparent use of resources and help the rollout of high-speed rural and regional connectivity projects. Peru is planning to connect 900 localities to its national fiber optic backbone RDNFO by 2021, which will extend some 30,000km. The government has said it will invest around US$370mn in telecoms infrastructure in 2019. Peru

Spotlight: Argentina’s ‘MiniRen’ renewables tender

Argentina is moving along with its latest round of tenders, the third one under the RenovAr program, which aims to fulfill a government promise to achieve 20% of renewables by 2025. The tender has been dubbed “MiniRen” because of its focus on small projects that connect to mid- and low-voltage distribution networks, instead of high-voltage transmission lines. The opening of the economic offers this week had 52 projects cleared in the technical evaluation stage, which were allowed to present offers. In terms of prices, solar and wind were by far the most competitive, with an average price of US$58.2/MWh for wind and US$57.9/MWh for solar. Wind, meanwhile, offered the lowest minimum price, at US$52.5/MWh while solar offered US$54.2/MWh. The rest of the technologies offered much higher prices: US$103.6/MW was the average price for small hydros, US$106.1/MWh for biomass, US$129.5/MWh for landfill biogas and US$159/MWh for biogas. However, since projects skewered heavily toward wind and solar, the average offered price across all technologies sat at US$67.6/MWh. Of the 323.5MW offered, 154.5MW were wind, 127.9MW solar, 19.2MW biogas, 8.5MW biomass, 8.4MW small hydros and 5MW landfill biogas. Assuming most of the projects are approved, the final average price would be the most expensive ever tendered under RenovAr, breaking a trend of prices falling with each installment. For round 1, the final average price was US$61.3/MWh. For addendum round 1.5, the average price was US$53.98/MWh and for round 2 prices dropped to an average of US$51.8/MWh. In round 2, wind projects brought the average down, offering a median price of US$40.6/MWh, and solar, which offered a median of US$42.3/MWh. Biogas, meanwhile, reached the tender’s highest price, with one project being adjudicated a price of US$177.9/MWh. Projects tendered under RenovAr 1, 1.5 and 2. Orange is solar, blue is wind, purple is hydro, green is biomass, yellow is biogas and brown landfill biogas. In terms of regional distribution, 16 projects will be in the coastal province of Buenos Aires. Next are Mendoza (12), Córdoba (6), San Luis (4), Santa Fe, Catamarca and Salta (3 each) and La Pampa (2). The provinces of Formosa, Santa Cruz, Chaco and San Juan each got one project. TAX BENEFITS Meanwhile, the energy ministry published a list of the tax benefits the project Argentina

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