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Feb 13, 2024 13:47 EEST
February 13 (SeeNews) - North Macedonia's government said on Tuesday it has launched the construction of a bypass road in Tetovo, an investment valued at over 12.2 million euro ($13.1 million).
The bypass road will go through interchange Trebos to Neprosteno village, North Macedonia's government said in a press release.
North Macedonia's Public Enterprise for State Roads (PESR) in September signed a deal with local construction company Granit for the construction of the bypass road.
Skopje-based Granit was established as a state-owned company in 1952 and privatised in 1996. Its main activities include construction and rehabilitation of roads. The company owns several concrete and asphalt plants and stone quarries.
($ = 0.928 euro)
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