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SOFIA (Bulgaria), January 9 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's Road Infrastructure Agency said on Thursday that it has awarded an 8.3 million levs ($4.7 million/4.2 million euro) contract for design of several sections of Hemus motorway to a tie-up comprising five local companies.
The tie-up consists of local Rutex, Patinvest Engineering, Logistika 21, Patconsult 2000, and Inzhconsultproekt, the government agency said in a notice.
According to registry agency data, Logistika 21 controls the largest stake in the tie-up, of 34%, followed by Rutex and Patinvest Engineering, with stakes of 29.5% and 26.5%, respectively. Patconsult 2000 and Inzhconsultproekt own 5% interest each.
The contract was signed on December 20.
The tender for the contract attracted three offers.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)