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Nov 27, 2017 18:44 EEST
November 27 (SeeNews) - Croatian civil engineering company Ingra [ZSE:INGR-R-A] said it will receive an additional 10.1 million euro ($12.1 million euro) gross for construction of a medical centre in Algeria after the original contract was amended.
Under the amendment approved by the Algerian investor, the construction time has been prolonged by 14 months, Ingra said in a filing to the Zagreb Stock Exchange on Friday.
Ingra signed the original deal worth 56 million euro in 2011. Its partner in the construction project is Croatian peer Tehnika under an agreement signed in 2014.
The company provided no further details.
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