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NHAI pacts

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New Delhi , April 15

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has signed five contract agreements for upgrading and widening highway stretches on NH-26 in Madhya Pradesh.

The agreements for these ADB-assisted projects would cost nearly Rs 900 crore.

Four agreements were signed by NHAI with South Korean firm, SsangYong Engineering and Construction Co Ltd, stated NHAI in a release.

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